Infertility Can SUCK LESS! : Workbook
Why Should you download this workbook?
“IVF babble is proud to work alongside Pradeepa in her capacity as a fertility coach. Her blogs and own fertility experience are invaluable to our followers and readers and we wish her every success with her new book. If you have just been diagnosed with an infertility condition, are starting fertility treatment or are nearing the end of your journey, we strongly advise you take some time to research Pradeepa’s work – she is a fantastic asset to the fertility community.”
“It is always inspirational and so touching for me to see someone turn their struggle and pain into an opportunity to help, inspire and make the journey less lonely for others. That is exactly what Pradeepa does. She so sensitively and courageously shares her painful and lonely infertility journey only to make sure it sucks that much less for others. My utmost respect for Pradeepa’s courage and passion.”
“Filled with practices you can apply right away, Infertility can SUCK LESS gives women, men, and couples a roadmap to move from stigmatizing shame, silence, and avoidance into empowerment, joy, and freedom. Pradeepa Narayanaswamy masterfully weaves together vulnerability and self-authority in a way that has readers standing up tall and saying, “YES! I am ready to take my life back.” If you’re struggling with infertility, give yourself the gift of reading this book and struggle no more.”
Erin Wright CPCC, PCC and Howard Stanten CPCC
“Pradeepa’s story is an inspiration. She has taken her own years of suffering, and harnessed her profound intellectual and professional skills to help others. The tools Pradeepa provides will help those traveling the road of infertility, as well as their loved ones, find a path forward that is less confusing, less painful, and less lonely.”
Ellen Trachman and Jennifer White
“Pradeepa’s personal story is a courageous testimony of the healing and support she brings into the world. By turning her pain into a purpose has not only brought about her own personal healing, but also brings so much healing to her clients. Our experiences are the chapters in our story. The way we choose to share the story will determine the life we create for ourselves, our children and the world around us. Thank you Pradeepa for finding light and hope through your experiences and telling a story of hope, love and courage for all. Thank you for being you.”
Farahana Surya Kassam (Namaskar)
“When my husband and I found ourselves on the crazy, sad, terrifying rollercoaster of infertility, it would have been helpful to know a few things for the journey. Of course, we learned all of the medical jargon, throughout the years of monthly cycles filled with a seemingly never-ending repeat of hope and despair. But I wish we would have had another voice, outside of the doctor, speaking to some of the ways to navigate life outside of the medical minutiae. Pradeepa’s book is filled with help to not only survive, but thrive in your marriage, illuminate ways to navigate the emotional toll infertility takes on your heart, and ways to feel supported and loved, within your community of family and friends, avoiding the despair of isolation. If you find yourself squarely in the middle of your infertility journey and you’re looking for a way for it to suck less, Pradeepa’s book will act as your guide along the way.”
Danielle Williams and Justin Williams Founders
“In my time spent with Pradeepa, I have been inspired by her vulnerability to share her struggles with infertility. I am grateful that she is so passionate about this work as no one is talking about this topic so openly and in the manner that Pradeepa is, she is truly motivated to help others. She makes an intentional effort to explore how infertility not only impacts the individual, rather the entire family system”.
Marci Orr, M.S., LPC.
“As someone who has lived fertility struggle and seen struggles of many others over the years, I think your book and course around understanding fertility emotions and coping skills are extremely useful to fertility seeking folks. The different segments as a woman, as a man and especially as a couple, share great illustrations for recognizing these very common fertility emotions. The emphasis on communication is the key to improving relationships as a couple. I recommend this book to everyone going through fertility challenges and take control of your emotions.”
“I am grateful to Pradeepa Narayanaswamy for sharing the insights she gained from her own struggles to build their family. Most powerfully, I feel that this book embodies some of the support that she needed when trying to become a parent but sadly did not get. Pradeepa has not only walked the walk but also in many ways is still walking it, by continuing to assist others that are dealing with infertility today. In this book, she highlights the many parts of life that are impacted by family building challenges, including the relationship between partners. I feel that Pradeepa’s practical advice will be well received by those currently trying, as well as their loved ones who aren’t sure how to help!”
Kate Weldon LeBlanc