48 minutes | Jul 16th 2018

Surrogacy and 5 Critical Fertility Questions to Discuss With Your Partner – #33

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Tiffany Jo Baker has been a surrogate 3 times and has been part of the infertility community for many years. With her background as a couples counselor, she goes deep and helps couples discuss the hard questions when navigating the stressful, emotional and challenging world of infertility. There is no question that fertility challenges can be hard on a relationship but could it also act to strengthen the bond in a couple? Tiffany Baker says yes and in fact that is her goal. No matter what the outcome. She outlines 5 critical questions that a couple must discuss to strengthen that bond. Breakdown in communication and different expectations are the poison of any relationship. Let Tiffany be your gentle guide so that you and your partner remain unified as teammates and lifemates. By listening to this episode with your partner you will learn a tremendous amount about each other and be able to make important decisions with clarity and understanding.Interview with Tiffany Jo BakerAbout Episode GuestTiffany Jo Baker hasn’t experienced infertility herself but infertility has definitely impacted her life in a major way, experiencing five rounds of IVF, two dropped cycles, a D&C, hysteroscopies and countless injections as a surrogate. She’s carried two sets of twins and one single precious baby for three families dealing with infertility. She’s been part of the Trying to Conceive Support Community since 2010. Throughout the journey in helping others birth their dreams as well as going for her own dreams, she has learned the importance of faith, support, peace, and a plan. Today she coaches women and couples through the emotional, spiritual and practical parts of navigating the path to parenthood, all while helping them thrive through infertility.You can find out more about Tiffany on her website and by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
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