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ᴱᴺᴳWe took another little trip )
Amazing how many wonderful and in the same time challenging moments the end of the 2019 year made for us!
We are so grateful!
And even if it was not easy - we know that Universe knows what she is doing)
Right now we are heading on the west of Ukraine😍
In third time for the last month!
But to be honest we are happy not because going exactly there...we are happy because love to leave home and going to the trip😍😍😍
No matter where we go🤔
Matter that we are together! And each of us enjoy this little present from Universe the same🙌🏼
You have been in Lviv? What is your fav place to visit there?
ᴿᵁˢМы едем в очередное маленькое путешествие!🤤
Только подумать, как много невероятных и в то же время испытальных событий подготовил для нас конец 2019 года )
Мы так благодарны!🙌🏼
И даже если это было очень непросто, мы знаем что Вселенная знает, что делает😉
Сейчас мы направляемся на запад Украины😍
Третий раз за месяц!
Но если честно мы счастливы не потому что едем именно туда, мы счастливы потому что опять вырываемся из домашних будней и отправляемся в путешествие!
Не важно куда) важно что мы наслаждаемся этим моментом одинакового!
Вы были во Львове?) Посоветуйте место?❤
According to the latest data, birth rates in Australia are on a rise for the first time in 5 years. In 2014, the overall birth-rate was 65 per 1000 women. Despite this, it is common for lots of couples to experience problems with infertility. In fact, one in six Australian couples has trouble conceiving. With infertility being a common problem, it’s unsurprising that many couples turn to assisted reproductive technology (ART) to navigate it.
What is infertility exactly? Simply put, it’s defined as an inability to conceive despite steady, unprotected sex for at least one year. Emotionally this can be frustrating for couples, and many feel a little ‘put out’ or ‘deflated’ by the process! Infertility affects 15-20% of couples.
ART is not an easy road to take. It’s highly invasive, expensive, and often makes those trying to be parents feel like science experiments. It’s also tough on mothers and their babies because of the morbid psychological impact on mothers, as well as the increased chance of mortality in both mum and bub.
The whole process of investigating infertility can negatively impact intimacy between partners. The pressure, feelings of inadequacy and guilt take away from the ‘fun’ and ‘pleasure’ that used to be associated with sex. Now there is a goal you have to reach, sex to conceive is about the destination, not the journey anymore. This impacted intimacy hinders the process of conceiving. The next few posts are about fertility and sexuality, and remember you can join my sexuality after childbirth community under my memberships portal (link in bio) 🌸👄❤️
Photo by: @juniperstpedro