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February 12, 2018

Stressed spelled backwards is desserts. Coincidence? I think not.

 

For some of us, there’s always more work to do.

 

For others, you do a little bit and then you give yourself a pat on the back and take a break.

 

In each couple, there’s usually one of each!

 

This parody, from the kids’ movie Moana, is pretty hilarious. You’ll quickly see who fills which role in the couple :)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoGmvaBqu_M

 

It’s OK to be frustrated at the everyday crazy of dishes or chores or responsibilities. It’s OK to be frustrated about that even if you’re facing infertility – the stress of everyday life doesn’t just disappear. So maybe order takeout tonight and fold the laundry another time.

 

If you’re feeling like the stresses of everyday life on top of the tension of trying to conceive a little one are taking over your life, that’s normal. And we can help alleviate at least some of the stress by coming up with a plan to make sure you get the family you’ve always wanted.

 

Please schedule an appointment by calling 717-747-3099 or clicking on the button below.

 

 Sincerely,

 

Dr. Bob Filer

 

P.S.  Come on in for a chat with one of our specialists. You won’t regret it. (You’re welcome!)

 

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