Hawaii Surrogacy helps those coping with emotional impact of infertility
Sponsored by Hawaii Surrogacy Center
No matter the race, religion, or economic status, infertility does not discriminate. Thousands here in Hawaii are currently struggling
to have a baby, and Hawaii Surrogacy helps families cope with the complex emotions for those who are beginning their own journey to have a family.
April 18-24 is National Infertility Awareness Week. Currently, 7.3 million Americans are facing infertility, and there is a huge emotional impact for those who are struggling to have a family. Dr. Coleman Allen is a counseling psychologist who specializes in helping families cope with the complex emotions associated with fertility treatment. She is joined by Andrea Hoshmand McAfee, director of the Hawaii Surrogacy Center. Together they are sharing mental health strategies and how best to support friends and family who are undergoing treatment.
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