For a woman or a couple trying to conceive, medical infertility is the worst case scenario. How do you come to terms with the loss of something you never had? In this episode, I’ll talk to Katy Lindemann about the tyranny of hope, the healing power of dark humour and why sometimes hell really is other, well-meaning, people.   Katy Lindemann is a writer and patient advocate, in addition to her day job as a digital strategist.  Following multiple rounds of IVF and two miscarriages, in 2017 she was told her body would never be able to sustain a pregnancy. She now writes about infertility and pregnancy loss and advocates for better understanding of the patient perspective of fertility issues.  You can find Katy at uberbarrens.clubtwit and follow her on Twitter @uberbarrensclub and @katylindemann and on Instagram @uberbarrensclub The book she mentioned is It’s Ok that You’re Not Ok by Megan Devine

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