Tuesday, February 17, 2015

How my personal life became a novel

When I was 7 years old, I wanted to be a writer, when I grew up. 
But my parents said, it would be impossible, we were not a family of academics. I believed it, and I didn’t become a writer.

When I was 27 years old, I wanted to be a mother
But I didn’t got pregnant and the doctor ordered medications and treatments.

The treatments didn’t help me. 
That was a terrible time. I couldn’t believe, that I maybe never would have children. 
I couldn’t accept it.
I started to write my journey to see it clearly. 
I started to share my thoughts with other women handling fertility problems. 
I’m glad, to have gotten so much help and effort from these women. 
I was also proud of myself, not be broken on my personal difficulties, but to grow from it. Something, that could have killed me, actually made me stronger.

The medical treatment couldn’t help me, but some day,
I conceived  naturally. 
We had a beautiful baby girl !
The next year, my book was published in Hungary.
Later, we had a baby boy !
And when both of our children were in kindergarten, 
I started to think about, what to do next with my life.


I learned English and translated my story. 
I hope, I can reach more women, than in my little country. 
I would be proud, if I would be able to help of some of them.


6 comments:

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    1. Thank you, Ryan Satrya! You made my day...
      With the very first comment here...! :)

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  2. you're a strong woman! (y) can you give me the title of your book? :)

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  3. Hello Rahma! How are you?
    English translation: work in progress.
    How would you find "BEFORE I GOT PREGNANT" as a title?
    By the way: I will start with posting texts from my book here on the blog...

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  4. Hello Anett, am fine, thanks, what about you?
    ok then, I got it
    that will be great, I'll wait for them, Peace!

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  5. Hello Anett, am fine, thanks, what about you?
    ok then, I got it
    that will be great, I'll wait for them, Peace!

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