It has been a theme in my office lately, the frustration we can feel with recovery, well, really with ourselves. The frustration of falling off track with the choices of recovery. The sense of it never getting easier. The inaccurate inner critic telling us that we are a failure and that we will never _____________ (get …

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National Infertility Awareness Week 2015 is coming to a close. I’ve felt sad, frustrated, angry, invisible and hopeful. I have advocated, screamed, cried and sighed a breath of relief. I have truly felt it all. Thankfully, I do feel the tide turning ever so slightly. And, I will not stop until it has. The messages portrayed …

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I just wrote this piece for HuffPost Parents. National Infertility Week has been more of a struggle for me (and my clients) than I expected. So of course, I wrote it out. Actually, I am shouting it out! An Infertility Advocate Rears Her Brave Heart We are halfway through National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW). And …

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To feel alone when surrounded by many is quite possibly the worst kind of lonely. There are millions of us who struggle to make our families. The statistics are enough to take our breath away: 1 in 8 couples will struggle to conceive. 1 in 4 pregnancies will end in loss. 1 in 160 babies will …

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