25 Jun 2010

Patience is a Virtue...

This is a saying of great thinkers. And I am about to learn how to be patient in my life.

I live in the fast lane, always learning things quicker than my contemporaries. Also, I don't like it when others have to let me wait. I want everything now or never. But this journey is teaching me how to live each second with the marvellous wonder of a tortoise. I don't like it but I am enjoying it ;). Since I began my journey of TTC, I feel like living in a limbo and this will not be the last time I will express this feeling.

Eight days before I discover if it is YES or NO and to ease my mind, I am going to work extra days at work and help a friend of mine find a job. This will help my mind be less tormented.

How did you cope with the wait? What did you do to ease your mind? Any tip is welcome :)!


7 comments:

  1. Having been trying now for 8 cycles... (after falling very fast with my first and second - unfortunately we lost the 2nd).. I can honestly say that the 2 week wait is AWFUL... the only thing I recommend, is maybe set yourself a treat day every other day. Like put in your calendar some nice things to do each of the days... paint your nails, have a luxury bath bomb bath, go for a pedicure... have romantic meal with the hubby... etc. Thats what I do. :) You have to relax... you don't want to stress out too much, because stress can make it just not happen :) x

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  2. Hey there!! I am in the same boat as you. Hubby and I have just started TTC. It is indeed very hard to "wait" and "be patient", but we have no other choice. I just try to keep my mind off of it, but honestly I do wonder about whats going on inside of my body (or not).

    I am on day CD 24, so I have a few more days to wait to see if AF will disrupt my life again. Lol. But I remain hopeful and know that nothing happens before its time!

    So maybe do some of the things that Emma suggested and just try to have fun!

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  3. Thanks Emma for the tips. This time around I am less stressed than few months ago. Which is good sign.

    @Mrs. Green you are right so write "nothing happens before its time!"

    Good luck to you both! xxxMsBabyPlan

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  4. Well, first of all you want to remain as calm and stress free as possible. Get those positive hormones flowing with happy thoughts. I like to take my off things by reading a good book, shopping helps too as does taking on simple projects. Try something new, hang out with the girlfriends or go for drives.

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  6. I pretend. I pretend that I'm already pregnant and treat my body like i'm pregnant. Also I pretend that it's 3 weeks instead of 2 that I have to wait. I don't know how that helps, but it does.

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