Tag: infertility

An Amazing Story of Surrogacy

Interview with Sara Connell, author of Bringing in Finn, an extraordinary story of the tragedy and heartbreak of infertility and losing pregnancies, and the process of opening her heart and mind to the idea of her 60-year old mother carrying her child for her.

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Staying Together When a Job Keeps You Apart + Bringing in Finn

Interviews with Megan Bearce, author of Super Commuter Couples, about how couples can stay together when a job keeps them apart; and with Sara Connell, author of Bringing in Finn, an extraordinary story of the tragedy and heartbreak of infertility and losing pregnancies, and the process of opening her heart and mind to the idea of her 60-year old mother carrying her child for her.

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Navigating the Road of Infertility + Improving Communication with Your Preschooler

Interviews with Chrissie Lee Kahan and Aaron Michael Kahan, coauthors of “Navigating the Road of Infertility,” about their struggle to start a family; and with Julie King, co-author of “How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen,” about strategies and stories that will help you improve communication with your preschooler.

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Overcoming Stereotypes about Girls + Conquering Infertility

Interviews with Melissa Atkins Wardy, author of “Redefining Girly,” about how parents can fight the stereotyping and sexualizing of girlhood—and how to get your friends and family on board; and Jennifer Hanin, author of “What to Do When You Can’t Get Pregnant,” about advances in treatment protocols, products, and other resources to help couples overcome infertility.

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Infertility: Not for Women Only

Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I have been trying to have a baby for two years. Both of us have undergone lots of testing but the doctors still don’t know what the problem is. Throughout all of this, dozens of people—mostly friends...

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Imagine a World Without Male Infertility

Forgive me for dreaming, but it’s the New Year and a great time to think about what the future holds, if only for a moment. Maybe you have a vision for what you’d like to see happen, whether political, financial, personal or...

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