Ten years is a long time, and in some ways I feel I wasted the last year feeling so sad about a connection that was gone long ago with someone I never felt fully appreciated me. I struggle not to feel that I wasted the last 10 years of my life in that relationship, though I am grateful I did not stay for 20.
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I do not wish infertility on anyone; I do however wish everyone the many gifts that I have been given as a result of my experience. The strength, compassion and sense of purpose that I have realized throughout my very trying journey have been irreplaceable to me. No, I never would have welcomed this painful journey into our lives, but I can wholeheartedly recognize that it has positively shaped the person I am today and is responsible for the many blessings that have shown up in my life and for this and so much more, I am beyond thankful.
Often when things don't go as planned, we can become discouraged and start questioning "Am I on the right track?" or "how can I ever recover from this situation?" The path can seem dark and at times even hopeless, unfixable and irreparable; but I want you to know that there is no situation that you cannot overcome.
In writing a strategic plan, you begin by assessing your current situation or where you are in life right now. Various tools can be used to do this. One of the best tools that can be used to assess your current situation is a SWOC, an acronym for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges.