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Live is beautiful, isn't it? But getting a new life into this world is even more beautiful. But some couples have trouble accomplishing this task. Honestly, having gone through that phase, I know how a couple feels when they are first met with this bad news. But what most people don't know is that it isn't the end of the world. There are various things you can do about it. All you have to do is be mentally prepared and research your options. First of all, people need to know that it can happen to both males and females. Sometimes, males tend to refuse the truth which may lead to mental illness thus deteriorating their condition. Another thing to keep in mind is that when you're met with the news, you have to be strong and support your partner. But most of the couples tend to do the opposite and try to play the blame game which weakens their relationship. You won't believe but a couple's inability to produce babies also leads to divorce which can be very disturbing for both the people. Your love and support plays a crucial role in these times. Being mentally strong helps you think clearly thus eliminating half the problem. You need to take care of your partner and try to get rid of all the factors which may prove depressing for your them. Seriously friends, I can't stress enough how much you need to be there for your partner and trust me guys, if you can get through that depressing stuff, then you will definitely get through all the medical procedures and you will have a great family life lying in front of you. 1 Ryan
6/13/2017
It's really a good advice. Every couple should be aware of this which makes mentally prepared and supportive in both the ways. No need to be afraid off and step back. Being positive give more strength. 2 Elina1
6/14/2017
Hi there, after reading your article I feel like all the couples should be prepared of what will happen and should not freak out. Instead they should think about what they can do in the near future. They must support their partners mentally so that they don't get depressed. If they are in a state of mind that it is the end of their world then definitely it will be. The couples should not blame each other or else the consequences might get more worse. It's better they should consult a doctor who'll be able to guide them properly. I hope that in this world every single couple takes this calmly and not take ant stupid steps which later can ruin their life. 3 Anne
6/26/2017
Ryan, you are totally right! Thank you for sharing your thoughts, it's really lovely. I remember myself when I was told about my infertility and how tough it was for my husband to know this. I'm sure that very often we forget about everything trying to become mothers and first of all we forget about fathers of our children. It hurts them as well. Your post is so inspirational that I want to hug my man right now and tell him how much I'm grateful for all he's done for me when we were in Ukraine for IVF. I'm 8 weeks now and he is so caring and loving...Thank you Ryan for reminding us how important support is. 4 yamamma
6/27/2017
thats a really inspiring post. thank you for sharing your thoughts! we are going through the hard times and thats what really makes us stronger. 5 momnikki
7/10/2017
I never really thought i would have anyone close to me i would have to support either. The truth is that life happens. I had to stand by my sister through her surrogacy journey. Was it tough? yeah. Would i do it with her all over again? Yes i will. Her husband is a sailor away on the high seas...lol. He could only afford to make the first trip with her for the sperm donation. I had to make the subsequent trips with her to Kiev. Truthfully though the clinic she use BioTexCom, were the best. They provided us with the best hotel, food, transport and everything. So it really was a stress free trip for us. I was glad to be there for her physically and emotionally too. I would definitely recommend them to anyone trying. There is one thing we never do, we never give up. 6 keji90
7/12/2017
Girl, your advice, and thoughts are on point. Thanks for sharing them. They are the much-needed succors for couples like us. 7 Sarah23456
7/14/2017
Keji, you said they used BiotexCom. I have also decided to use BitoexCom after reading the reviews! Sarah 8 Sarah23456
7/14/2017
Ryan, thank you for sharing. I believe supporting each other is really crucial for a couple. And I am blessed with such a supportive partner who has stood by my side all the way long. From traveling abroad to Kiev to waiting to staying positive, my partner has been there for me whenever I needed his support. 9 tilly
7/15/2017
So true. Supporting your partner is indeed necessary. Understanding each other's emotional needs becomes so important under such circumstances. And I believe these situations call for togetherness and bring you closer as a couple. Stay positive. Stay strong. 10 junep
7/15/2017
It is true that if you get through that depressing phase, you can get through all the medical procedures and have a happy family. I have witnessed every bit of the sad and happy moments. Those depressing moments, actually brought me closer to my partner and both of us supported each other though that tough phase. And today, I am a happy mother, thanks to my partner and the BioTexCom clininc at Kiev, Ukraine. It has been one of a kind experience, where my emotions were really tested as I had no clue that I could be this strong. But with the right guidance from the clinic and support from my partner, I could get through every sweet and sour phase. I thank you for sharing such an important thing that people usually talk less about. I feel the amount of time we put in researching clinics and arranging things and undergoing medical procedures, should be complemented with the time that you spend with your partner. I feel so blessed that I had such a loving partner who helped me get through the tough phase. 11 lea43
7/15/2017
Thank you for your words, Ryan. Your post has brought to light something that we all need to think and feel. Supporting your partner in such times goes without saying. It is always a life changing experience when you travel abroad for IVF or surrogacy. But without the support from your partner, going through the medical procedures can seem stressful. Support each other in the good and the not so good times. Focusing on the positives that lie ahead of you is what you need. And this is done with your partner. Talk about how beautiful your life will be once your baby arrives in this world and how your world will change forever. Wish you all the best. 12 reena232
7/15/2017
Hello Ryan. I am very happy to read your writing. I totally agree with you. each pair must support each other. Every couple should be ready to receive any news, any facts obtained. No one wants infertility. Infertility is like a nightmare for everyone. My cousin has been more than 10 years married without having children. They have tried various ways to get pregnant but failed. Which I salute the husband still remain faithful to her. The husband still loves her sincerely. It makes her very lucky. She may not have children, but she has a husband who is so kind and loving. So whatever happens don't stop giving support and love each other. It's like a miracle. Some people here are going to Ukraine to do some treatment, wah it's good. My friend also will go there to do IVF. Keep positive thinking. 13 elka30
9/19/2017

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