Forgiving Myself After Miscarriage

Finding forgiveness for myself after my miscarriages was the hardest thing I have ever done. I felt as though my body had betrayed me and that I had also failed my body.  I had experienced being a support for friends who had miscarried.  I had heard stories from family members about their own losses.  I knew the statistics.  I just never imagined that I would also go through it myself.

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How To Deal With Other People’s Opinions About Your Family Building Choices

Whatever your journey to a baby after 35 looks like, you have the life experiences to really lean into confidence now. But you have to be intentional when it comes to people’s opinions. Many times we get an idea that “everyone” is thinking something about us. But most often it is just a few people whose opinions we really care about–not everyone at school or the playground

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A New Era of Family Planning: IVF with Embryo Banking for Fertility Preservation

In just one generation we moved from childbearing in our 20s to having the kids in our late 30s or even early 40s. And this change has resulted in more women having difficulty building their ideal families. Did you know that by 40, more than 50% of women have difficulty conceiving? It’s just one more thing in the long list of gender inequities, that men make new sperm every day, but women are born with all of their eggs.

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