Life Without Baby

Filling the silence in the motherhood discussion

“Dealing with Infertility” Free E-Class September 8, 2010

Lily, over at The Infertile Mind, is really clued into the emotional aspects of being childless-not-by-choice. She hosts a free e-class about dealing with these emotions and recently invited me to drop in to see what she’s up to.

Even though the class is aimed at dealing with infertility, the exercises she teaches can be used by anyone who is childless-not-by-choice. We all go through many of the same emotions. Participants work through a series of exercises at their own pace, but within a small community of likeminded women. You can choose to participate in discussions or just quietly work through in your own time. The exercises are all based on Lily’s own experience of dealing with infertility and moving on with her life without children.

One of my favorite exercises was about dealing with jealousy (see tomorrow’s post for more on this particular topic!) by listing all the things you envy about a person, and then listing all the things you don’t envy about them. What an eye opener that was! And it made me laugh—at myself—which is always a good thing.

Lily will be hosting another free class running October 4th through November 1st.

You can sign up here:

or get more information here:

The class is private and password-protected, so you can safely let it all hang out, so to speak.


One Response to ““Dealing with Infertility” Free E-Class”

  1. Thank you, Lisa, for this great mention about the infertility e-class! I have so enjoyed finding your blog and “meeting” you!

    Lily – The Infertile Mind

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