Trying To Get Pregnant Over 40 Can Be Psychologically DifficultI hear from women all the time who aren't just dealing with the physiological aspects of infertility, they are dealing with the emotional aspects as well - there are so many feelings that erupt inside of you.
I guess that's a nice way of saying they're downright angry, enraged, fuming, you name it. Almost anything dealing with pregnancy, children, and of course trying to conceive is a landmine ready to explode. This anger affects their relationships with family and friends and can be very isolating (sometimes its just easier to avoid everyone). All this anger has other side effects too. That constant churning in the pit of your stomach or in the center of your chest can't be helping your body prepare for conception or pregnancy.
Infertility Leads To Anger and JealousyI don't know why drug addicts or teenagers who eat junk food, smoke and drink get pregnant time after time...I've often wondered why the "powers that be" thought them more worthy than so many couples who have so much to give to a new baby. None of us will ever know why things like that happen...but one thing I do know is that holding on to anger and jealousy will only keep you or at the very least delay you from realizing your dream of having a child. Everyone is on their own path in life and your job is to prepare your body and mind for a new life.
Try To Get The Anger of Not Being Able To Get Pregnant Out of Your SystemRemember your goal here is to get pregnant, right? Think of a baby deciding whether or not to come to you as their mother. Would they want a calm peaceful loving environment or one filled with rage, envy, and ill will? Perhaps it's no coincidence that I got pregnant with my daughter right after I screamed and cried so loud that I'm surprised my neighbors didn't come over. I finally got all that built up rage out of my system - I'm convinced it made made my body more receptive because I got pregnant with my daughter right after that. Maybe you do need to find a private place to let it all out. Believe me, it feels good to release the tension and "not be strong" if even for a little while.
Here's an article about changing your mindset to conceive