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Surviving & Thriving After a Stillbirth | Carrie Hauskens

podcast Oct 16, 2020

“When you’re ready to release the bitterness and anger, it’s a very scary place.”

Topics Discussed:

  • How you begin to evaluate your relationships when dealing with infertility.
  • The importance of mental health for yourself and those around you.
  • How friendships change on your infertility journey.
  • The importance of letting ourselves grieve.

Hello Beautiful 

In this episode, I sit down with Carrie Hauskens as she talks about her own personal infertility journey from struggling to get pregnant to her miscarriage and all the things in between. 

She gives a raw account of how much taking care of your mental health plays a role in the whole process, and how her attitude shifted during this process.

“You have to recommit day after day.”

We discuss the shift that takes place, physically, mentally, and even socially when we begin to change the steps of our journey towards a more healthy version of ourselves. 

How our mindset changes and things that we used to think were normal, we discover are not normal, and we place so much expectation on ourselves of what we think we should be doing.

Carrie also talks about the decisions to leave her job and what a struggle that was at the time but how freeing and stress relieving it was on her once she committed to that decision.

“I’ve become clear with who I want to surround myself with."


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