The Emotionally Intelligent TTC Woman

Trying To Conceive) woman

These few months, I have had the privilege to talk with some women and most times, I had to drop a tear.

It’s sad that childless women are treated like slaves in their own home, even shamed and abused.

It’s even more sad that these women are losing themselves and giving in to low self-esteem, sorrow, sadness, guilt, self blame, anxiety and depression everyday.

Trying To Conceive woman

Theresa was beautiful young lady who found herself entangled in the web of infertility and childlessness.

Everyday she left her house, it was sure she would go home in tears.

If it was not a colleague, it would be a friend or neighbor or in-laws or her husband.

Soon she feel into anxiety and depression which almost took her life.

Are you like Theresa?

Would you want to take charge of your emotions even as you continue your journey from infertility to fertility?

As we keep preaching and teaching the society on how to treat a TTC (Trying To Conceive) woman, it’s also important that you equip yourself with strategies that will help you in your journey.

And that is why I am officially launching this course “the emotionally intelligent TTC woman”.

In this course, I would be teaching you practical strategies that worked and is still working for me and other women out there. I walk my talk.

This course promises to help you;

πŸ“Œ Understand yourself better.

πŸ“Œ Handle your emotions better without being depressed or anxious.

πŸ“Œ Develop the mindset to beat infertility.

πŸ“Œ Appreciate yourself, your loved ones, blessings and opportunities in your life.

πŸ“Œ Understand when to take a break and rest.

Original price #5000
Early bird #3000

To register, pay into this account, 6018011718, Adaeze Ejimbe, Fidelity bank.

Send receipt (proof of payment ) to 0812 836 3096 (WhatsApp only).

 

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Written by Mercy Christian

Wife, Caring Mom, Foodie, Child Care Expert & Volunteer. Devoted mom of two wonderful and lovely kids, Dominion and Olive. Lover of God and Humanity!
Lifestyle blogging became a big part of my life since I had my second child.

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