Cook for her a meal to help with household chores or say ‘I love you’ to reassure her emotionally as infertile women need support, not unsolicited advice. Mental and emotional support is more valuable than any other kind of support. According to research, infertile women want support of all kinds – ranging from practical aid such as help with household chores, to advice and emotional reassurance.
Let us share with you that ‘Infertility is a more prevalent issue than people realise. It affects one in six couples, and in almost all cases, women want more support than they are getting,’ said Keli Steuber, an assistant professor in communication studies at University of Iowa. Lending her a helping hand could be as simple as cooking a meal or connecting your loved one to other women with whom she can share her feelings.
It is most importantly find that the study involved more than 300 women who were coping with infertility. Couples who stick together through the infertility experience often have a stronger marital foundation moving forward. ‘If you can find effective, supportive ways to communicate with each other, you are better equipped to handle stressors down the road,’ said Andrew High, an assistant professor in communication studies at University of Iowa. During the phase of infertility women goes through a immense pressure that lead her to the next level of pressure and only can be handle it with support and love.