Books and Guides

Peace In fertility

Peace (In) Fertility
Workbook

Have you ever thought about infertility as a trauma or a life crisis? Do you have anyone in your corner, encouraging you, and providing you tips for success? This workbook is just that. It is a trusted companion, an instruction manual, and a giant hug, all from a reproductive therapist. 

Whether you just received your diagnosis of infertility or are wondering when enough-is-enough, this workbook has the support for you!

At the end of this workbook, you will:-

This Peace (In)Fertility Workbook is the perfect companion to The Quillet Institute’s Peace (In)Fertility online program. This workbook can be used with the online program, by itself, or in a group setting.

No Matter What Happens
Children's Book

Our family is perfect just the way we are.

Secondary infertility can impact every member of the family. Join this family on their journey through secondary infertility and show your children that they can become brave while they wait for their younger sibling.

Mental-Health-&-Your-Monthly-Cycle-Booklet

Mental Health & Your Monthly Cycle

In this guide, we talk about our monthly cycle, what it takes from us, and ways to thrive during each of them.

There is also a worksheet for you and your partner to complete together.   Take time and discuss each of the questions.  Supporting partner, you may have needs too.  Print this page out twice if you need to, one for each other.

Mental Health & Your Monthly Cycle

In this guide, we talk about our monthly cycle, what it takes from us, and ways to thrive during each of them.

There is also a worksheet for you and your partner to complete together.   Take time and discuss each of the questions.  Supporting partner, you may have needs too.  Print this page out twice if you need to, one for each other.

Mental-Health-&-Your-Monthly-Cycle-Booklet
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Supporting Infertility Guide

One-in-eight couples struggle with infertility. In the mental health arena, we are now referring to infertility as a reproductive trauma. The first day of every month, a couple has to confront the harsh reality that once again, their attempts at trying to conceive have failed. Then, the month progresses and they have to have apathetic, calculated sex, adding to the emotional injury of infertility. Then, they wait. AGAIN.  Often times, to no avail.

Understanding how to support your loved one might be the redeeming factor that allows them to keep going and catches them when they fall. Thank you for taking the time to learn more.