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Fertility coach A’ndrea Reiter explains how to break the negative thought cycle which so often accompanies fertility struggles, and why doing so could be the positive step necessary for getting pregnant.

When we've been trying to get pregnant for a while it's both frustrating and disheartening. We run the gambit of emotion from I need to be a mother' to 'it's never gonna happen'. It's a highly emotional time and we can feel like a failure; why can our best friend, our sister and seemingly everyone on the planet have a baby, yet we can't? So often this thought crops up: 'I should be pregnant by now.'

I totally get why it feels like that. I hear this and other beliefs all the time in my holistic fertility practice – where these smart, driven women have no idea that these beliefs (which aren’t actually true) are tanking their fertility juju.

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