This does seem to be one of the major hurdles for any couple, and especially wfor women, with fertility problems --- the naturally conflicted and mixed feelings when others achieve pregnancy so easily, while you are still battling. You don't need to feel happy in yourself, for yourself, but happy for them ; appreciating their happiness, without insisting on feeling sadder yourself. Every moment we live, a great many women around the world are falling pregnant, sometimes in dreadful and sad circumstances, and also a great many women are NOT falling pregnant. Some of those who do become pregnant will be terrific mothers, and some will be monstrously dreadful mothers. And it is simply a fact of life that some women for whatever reason, sometimes never identified, do not manage to get pregnant. And apart from one's natural wishes to have one's own children, what one apparently cannot have becomes autometically more desirable and desired.
Also do see a counsellor / psychologist to help you deal with these situations. Don't see this as an admission of defeat or as giving up, but as improving your ability to deal with these situations better, whichnin turn usually improves one's fertility ( every fertility expert and many doctors have had the experience of a couple who seemed unable to conceive, who did so once they had given up and resigned themselves to the idea that it might not happen. Reducing the degree of stress and anxiety is genuinely helpful in many ways
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