My first television interview on the book and blog. So thankful that Great Day St. Louis on KMOV was willing to help me break the silence.

If you found this post enjoyable, inspiring, helpful, hopeful, interesting or even infuriating 😉, please take the time and the chance to share it through your social media! More shares means more eyes, means more people helped and the message heard on a wider scale. Thank you! Justine

This post included in Amateur Nester’s Link Up.

17 thoughts on “Hopefully the First of Many

  1. Congratulations! This is so exciting and also super nice for me who exists in the blog world to literally see you as real person, more then just words on a page! Keep up the excellent work!


    1. Thank you, thank you! So funny, to have never met so many of our blogging friends and yet feels like I should recognize you on the street and be able to jump in like no time has passed or like we’ve been long friends! Thank you for your kind words! Justine


      1. I couldn’t agree more!

        Regardless of our individual journeys, which are all different, we are all bound together in infertility through our search for a family and our search to find ourselves through all of this.


  2. jasmineshei says:

    Thank you for making the “scars” public! It is part of human life that needs to be explored and shared and later to be prevented.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed it and thank you for your comment! Justine


  3. Reblogged this on emptyhands2openarms and commented:
    Here is a post that I am trusting will encourage you as it has encouraged me. Let’s all let the world out there know: infertility is worth talking about!


  4. I definitely had to reblog it on my site for my readers… Thank you for finding the courage to let the world know. So wish we could meet. Hugs!!
    I a personally looking forward to getting your book! Congratulations!


  5. Catherine says:

    It’s so nice to actually see you in this interview. It hit an emotional nerve with me when you touched on that point around shame. I’ve carried that feeling about the inability to give my husband a child. So, I find it inspiring to see how you are moving forward in your own story. I’d like to move forward in mine too.


    1. Catherine, The shamed silence of infertility is so complicated… But I think we can all move forward in our story, whatever our ending to the infertility journey. Especially as I will make damn sure it is just one of my many epic journeys in this story of my life 😉 Thank you so much!


  6. I loved your interview! It’s so refreshing to see the media take an interest in infertility. I hope you get many more opportunities to talk about this and raise awareness. I think this is what all of us should work towards; to raise our voice and educate about the disease of infertility.


    1. Thank you so much Jessica! I hope so to, I am trying! Justine


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