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  1. My personal favorite is your #9. I think almost all of us as married couples have really struggled going through this journey at one point or another. Mine was at the end of ours, infact two days before we were suppose to start bcp for ivf. Ivf is scary and sometimes the whole fear of the "unknown" is very overwhelming. I think your list is wonderful and it is a great idea to have everything in perspective. I really hope that you guys can sit down and talk through this. Both of you deserve to be happy and hopefully through this journey, it makes all of us stronger, individually and as a couple.

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  2. I'm sorry you're down. :( I recently went through a long period of depression, and I think that I'm finally seeing a speck of light at the end of this long tunnel.

    I cannot say that I can relate to you loosing your mother, but do know what it's like to loose someone so special. I know it's not even worth comparing, but know that you are being thought of right now!

    As far as marriage goes, thanks to infertility, mine is heading down the drain. Ever since we found out that things were wrong and we couldn't have a baby, our marriage has been soooo rocky. I've almost left, and I know that he has wanted to as well. So, in this situation, know you're not alone.

    I pray that things start to turn around for you. I know what it's like to be so low that you can't find anything positive in life.

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  3. ((((Hugs)))) You're not alone, nor are you a fuckhead. Don't give up hope on working through this with your hubby! Please be kind to yourself - you deserve it.

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  4. I thought your list of actions was really good, actually. They seem like important things to work on - figuring things out with your husband and doing things for yourself are important! I'm sorry you're feeling down. I bet if you look over that list again when you're feeling better you'll look at it in a completely different light. Also, I'm very sorry for the loss of your mom. I can't imagine how much that must hurt.

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