Monthly Archives For March 2009

Plate Smashing, Anyone?

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Just for the record, I do think about a whole bunch of things that have absolutely nothing to do with broken reproductive systems, but given the charter of this blog … infertility is what I&hellip

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Pearls of Wisdom: Navigating Change

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My guy is as soft spoken as they come. Where temperament is concerned we’re the textbook example of “opposites attract.” If he is a stable atom, I’m a free radical.  I push him out of&hellip

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Infertility and Fighting Words

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Infertility. Whenever I start wondering if I’ve said all there is to say on the topic and the many ways the experience is misunderstood I find more raw material. Two good reasons for writing came&hellip

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In the Company of Writing Women

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  I’m a little amazed at the great writing company I find myself in these days. You can find my latest contribution at Exhale. It’s a sneak preview of sorts. My column contains the opening&hellip

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Listen Up, Universe…

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I interrupt my self-absorbed slog to free myself from infertility’s clutches to get a few things off my chest. Feel free to join in… You see, more than a few of my favorite women in&hellip

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Interviewed by a Vampire

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When it comes to choosing entertainment or really good distractions in the form of TV/film, I’ve got range. I’m as comfortable in front of a classic Masterpiece Theatre or historical mini series (adored John Adams,&hellip

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You Found Me How? Part Deux

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You can learn so much from the search terms people type in. As I’ve done in the past, I’m sharing a few of the more unusual search queries that brought readers to my blog. I’m&hellip

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An Unexpected Life

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Something remarkable happened last Friday. During a deeply personal conversation revolving around making sense of infertility losses — and other equally light topics (NOT!) — I didn’t shed a tear. This was a first. There&hellip

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