When the 2017 calendar was published, there was one thing we all looked for – guess, guess? Yes, the holiday list and the possibility of long weekends. Surprisingly we have around 12 possibilities to have long weekends this year.
Yet another year has passed by us! We all intend to welcome the New Year with new goals and plans to work towards a better us. Some will be making New Year resolutions like ‘I want to lose weight’ ‘I want to grow a step higher in my career’. For some couples, the New Year resolutions might be ‘It’s time to have a child in our family’. What could be the New Year resolutions for couples? We have interviewed Fertility Specialist, Dr Agilan Arjunan from KL Fertility Centre, for his suggestions on the 10 New Year Resolutions for Couples.
We can divide couples into two groups, to whom this list might be beneficial for:
- Those who want to take time in planning a family.
- Those who have been trying to start a family but the past years have been very stressful for them.
Dr Agilan hopes that these resolutions will give them a new direction and a focus: What can they do this year? Let’s hear what Dr Agilan has to say in his own words.
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