Does anyone believe in 'meant to be' when it comes to baby making?
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09-04-2016 22:57 #1Senior Member
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Meant to be
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09-04-2016 23:11 #2
Honestly? No. I believe sometimes it's just the way the cookie crumbles; sometimes it's good, sometimes it is inexplicably crap.
09-04-2016 23:19 #3Senior Member
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Nope. Life is just life - there is no rhyme or reason, no karma, no people get what they can handle.
Life is random. it's life.
09-04-2016 23:31 #4
No I don't. 3 kids through IVF and one natural. I can't give birth naturally at all so 4 Caesarians.
I don't believe in 'meant to be'. I wouldn't have my 4 beautiful children if I did.
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10-04-2016 04:27 #5
10-04-2016 05:19 #6
Not for one second. Life sucks sometimes and sometimes there is just no reason why.
10-04-2016 05:39 #7
Definitely not. I just think about all those children who are here today with medical assistance, both from conception to medical health issues.
10-04-2016 06:04 #8
As a over all thing No. I totally believe in the right of every person to use every method available to have a bub.
Personally my 2 surprises bubs were for us meant to be.. Our family wouldn't have been complete with out them.
10-04-2016 06:35 #9
going against the grain here and going to say yes I do believe in meant to be.
hard to explain myself articulately as I'm not even sure how to put it into words but I do believe if the universe intends something for you, then despite the means, it will happen.
a baby for me for instance, I believe was meant to be. ok we conceived naturally but the labour went balls to the wall and I ended up with an emergency cs. if not for modern medicine, maybe bub and I would not be here today. but we live in modern times therefore I believe the means of delivery is irrelevant. a baby was meant to be for me and here we are.
I hope that makes sense, although I'm sure it doesn't lol.
I do believe you still need to work hard and make things happen for yourself, but I believe our overall life path is predetermined by the universe and we can therefore exert control over minor variations but not the overall result.
I realise I probably sound frightfully flaky right now 😂
10-04-2016 06:37 #10
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