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Life coach Jeff Brazier offers sound advice to couples who have experienced a setback on their fertility journey, helping them get back on the road to recovery.

TV personality Jeff Brazier has been a qualified life coach for the past two years, working with individuals and couples in need of additional support as they navigate a difficult time in their lives. With personal experience of close friends going through fertility treatment, as well as his professional work coaching clients, Jeff has some expert advice and coping techniques to offer couples struggling to get back on track after a miscarriage, failed IVF or any other difficult setback in their quest to become parents.

Many of you reading will have suffered the intense emotional and physical stress of trying to conceive. Hurdles and obstacles litter your path and sometimes it may feel like your mind is so cluttered, you can barely see the wood for the trees. You may have been knocked down so many times that you’re finding it increasingly harder to get back on your feet, but Jeff’s first piece of advice is to remember why you’re actually there in the first place. “We forget what our goal is and can only see what we feel at that given moment,” he says. “When you embark upon fertility treatment and start down that difficult road, the majority of couples, especially those that have had the right kind of support available to them, will already be aware of the potential pitfalls along the way. But they also would have known what their overall goal was – to have a child – and so when those setbacks happen, they’ll just realign themselves with what they wanted in the first place.”

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