Journal Prompts For Infertility

Updated: Mar 24




Last week on the blog I shared how to cope with infertility, and one of those ways was journaling. Journaling has really helped me cope with my fertility journey especially the days where my grief from infertility surfaces and I need a healthy way to let it out. There is nothing better than allowing yourself to feel and release your emotions, which is why I love journaling. Today I'm sharing 25 journal prompts to help you get started with healing and moving through your journey!


  1. How am I feeling right now?

  2. What do I need to release?

  3. If I could talk to someone about my journey, what would I want them to know?

  4. What is something I want my partner to know during our fertility journey?

  5. How can my partner help me during our fertility journey?

  6. What are some healthy boundaries I can set for myself during my fertility journey?

  7. What are my fertility triggers?

  8. What emotions surface when I come face to face with my triggers?

  9. What could I do to prevent my triggers?

  10. What are healthy ways that you would like to deal with your triggers?

  11. How can I show myself more love during my fertility journey?

  12. How can I better care for and nourish my body during my fertility journey?

  13. What are three things that bring me joy that are non-fertility related?

  14. What are three activities I love to do that can help take my mind off of fertility?

  15. What emotions surface when I think about my fertility journey?

  16. What has infertility taught me?

  17. Write about a time during your journey when you felt proud of yourself.

  18. How would you describe infertility?

  19. When my journey gets tough, I want myself to remember...

  20. What is a major achievement on your fertility journey?

  21. List 3 things you love about yourself

  22. List some healthy ways you can cope with your fertility journey

  23. What gives you hope during your journey?

  24. Emotionally, what has been the hardest part?

  25. What are you doing to heal?

132 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All