Rewire Your Thoughts to Optimize Fertility?
Yes, we've all heard it a million times... stress negatively impacts fertility.
But WTF are you supposed to DO about it when struggling to conceive is SO insanely stressful?
I have a solution for you my friend.
Mind/body techniques to reduce stress have been shown to double your odds of success.
This booklet teaches you three introductory exercises that'll rewire that stressful thinking and start to refresh your fertility, too.
Whether you're using IVF, IUI or trying naturally, the techniques in this e-booklet can help double your odds of getting pregnant.
What My Ladies Are Saying
She's finally here!!! THANK YOU. You showed me how to take back my life, grow stronger and finally become a mom after going through so much. Everything changed the day I met you.
Leigh - CT
Prior to conceiving my rainbow baby, Kathryn helped me shift my mindset, let go of the outcome and the timeline, and I soon conceived. Kathryn is an infinite well of inspiration, encouragement and compassion.
Amy - FL
The Benefits You'll Receive from The Booklet
Struggling to conceive has been shown to be as stressful as dealing with a diagnosis of cancer, heart disease or HIV. It's as stressful as dealing with a life threatening illness.
...Let that sink in.
You are not crazy or weak or "off" in any way for recognizing the tough feelings coming up right now. They are REAL.
So if struggling to conceive is THAT stressful, and stress is bad for fertility, what's a woman to do?
I have the solution for you, and it starts with downloading this booklet.
Regain your sense of confidence and control.
If your mind is constantly running with "what-if's" or worst case scenarios, then these exercises will help you feel more centered and at ease.
Alleviate stress in your body
If you're constantly holding tension in your body then this will help you release it and catch your breath.
Slow down the constant rushing
If you have a to-do list ten miles long and it never seems to get shorter, this resource will help you prioritize and feel less frantic.
Alleviate social stress
Dealing with pregnancy announcements or friends and family who just don't get it is isolating. Learn tools to reduce the triggers and take care of yourself.