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- Have you dreamed of being a mother from a young age or just recently felt the urge to bring new life into this world?
- Are scared to give up on a partner and do it alone?
- Are you wondering if you want to pursue being a single mother via sperm donation?
- Or maybe you've made the choice to do it alone, but you're feeling overwhelmed by choices and concerns.
What if you could short cut the process by:
1) Getting a jump start on the necessary research
2) Processing your fears and concerns with a group of like-minded women and
3) Tapping into your clarity so you can move forward quickly?This comprehensive course combines self-study, and group support all using the Embodied Clarity Approach to help you move from indecision, doubt and anxiety to greater clarity and confidence.
4 Private Session Package with 60 Days Email SupportWhen your doctor first mentions the of use donor eggs or adoption, it can be devastating. I know I shut down, unwilling to listen to her advice. Letting go of a genetic link to your child can feel catastrophic. Not only do you need to mourn the lack of genetic connection, but you need to understand and process your options.
- Understand your emotional hooks: what does giving up on a genetic connection mean to you? How can you release that to move forward?
- When to give up on using my own eggs and when to move on.
- Options for egg donation: fresh or frozen eggs, vs embryo adoption etc
- Options for adoption and fostering
- Emotional support and guidance as you address your emotional landscape
- Mind/body tools to help you through the big emotions
- Information: an overview of options
- Research assistant: I’ve researched most of the topics and can jumpstart your information gathering, but when I can’t I’ll jump in with you to find the information you need.
- Sounding board to process the options. Sick of trying to process your options and emotions with friends, partner or family. Does it feel like no one really gets it? I’m here to listen, inform, play devil’s advocate and mirror back what I hear. I’ve been through it and dove deep into both the research and the grief so I can guide you through it.
Pregnancy and Beyond
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- Each call will begin and end with a mind/body technique for staying centered and grounded during your pregnancy as well as fostering mobility throughout pregnancy.
- A check in
- Coaching or sharing for anyone who needs extra attention
- A Check out.
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