by Jessica Schatz - The Core Expert™ · 30 Jul 2020 · 8 min read
In the past few years after notable women like Real Housewife, Yolanda Foster, and former Playmate of the Year, Karen McDougal,
According to the CDC, one in eight couples have trouble “getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy."
The fight for equality continues as women are reportedly enduring more hardships in seeking medical help for reproductive health concerns.
If there's one thing that has been consistent about diets over the last forty years, it's that there is always something new to try.
Impostor syndrome — that feeling that you're "a fraud" or that your success is not deserved — has grown new wings during this pandemic. While most of us have experienced impostor syndrome at some point in our careers — it's estimated that more than 70% of people will feel the symptoms — I've heard from so many women who are now questioning their worth and value when they have never before. The reason? We are all overtaxed.
I know everyone is wondering right now what we can do to protect our own health and the health of our loved ones.
Gyms and workout studios are closing across the nation.
Resilience, it's a word we are hearing a lot right now.
There is an important issue deeply affecting the lives of millions of women worldwide that continues to go largely unaddressed.
After more than two years, two doctors, countless negative pregnancy tests, one miscarriage, and one failed IUI treatment cycle, we are still waiting. Our plans have not become our reality. Now, our plans are indefinitely on hold because of a pandemic. A pandemic?! Now that's a curveball that not even a seasoned infertility warrior could have seen coming, especially one that was two weeks away from starting IVF.