Stories

When fighting with infertility there is a great need to share experiences, read stories from others dealing with similar struggles, get useful and tangible advice. We hope you find some support here and if you want to contribute or have wishes for what you would like to see, don´t hesitate to reach out.

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Stories

When fighting with infertility there is a great need to share experiences, read stories from others dealing with similar struggles, get useful and tangible advice. We hope you find some support here and if you want to contribute or have wishes for what you would like to see, don´t hesitate to reach out.

Caitlyn_bean
Cissi Bean
Anders_Tengström
carried_with_love_bean
allie_and_sam
Anders_Tengström
Anders Tengström
Clinical psychologist and Associate Professor in psychology

Anders has spent most of his professional life working with cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Anders is also a parent of a child conceived through IVF, which equips him in an exceptional way when developing emotional support tools and coping strategies for the fertility journey.

Anders_Tengström
Anders Tengström
Clinical psychologist and Associate Professor in psychology

Anders has spent most of his professional life working with cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Anders himself is a parent of a child conceived through IVF. Combining his professional and personal experiences gives him insights and equip him in a quite exceptional way for his work here at Bonzun IVF; Anders develops emotional support tools and exercises to cope with all the emotions and feelings when going through fertility treatment.

The Journey

Trying to get pregnant is a journey, it is a journey for everyone who goes through it. For some, the trip is short and may not even be planned. For others, the journey is much longer and it can feel like there is not even a road to travel towards pregnancy. Still, it is a journey in time and space, mentally and physically.

One should probably ask oneself why trying to get pregnant should be seen as a journey, and not just as a biological process over which we have no real control. The answer is simple; if we see the process of getting pregnant as a journey, we are better equipped to take on the challenges that the process entails.

If you are on the journey to becoming pregnant, and things are not going as you planned or thought you can try think about it something like this;

 

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