My husband have been ttc since October. We waited and waited until we were ready thinking it wouldn't take that long, but now it is March and still nothing. At first it didn't bother me too much, but since we have been trying I've known about 6 people close to me that have gotten pregnant. Most of the people I was extremely happy for, but I recently found out that 2 very close friends of mine are pregnant. It wouldn't have been a huge deal, but the day I found out about both of them I had gotten my period and found out that I wasn't pregnant! Also, both of the girls are younger than me and one was trying for only a month and the other one wasn't trying at all. Although I was happy for them, I went downstairs in the middle of work and had a breakdown. I started sobbing! I feel so guilty because they are my close friends, but so jealous and almost bitter that they conceived so easily. My husband and I don't have any children and are doing everything right and I guess I am just so frustrated! I guess I just needed to vent and maybe some words of encouragement! Thanks for listening!View Thread
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