Family is everything and when infertility strikes when you are trying to conceive, it is devastating. I have shared my infertility story on my blog, first as a way to deal with it personally and now as a way to advocate for women who are currently dealing with this medical condition and the emotional and financial roller coaster that goes along with it.Here are some of my posts on this topic for those of you who haven’t “met” me before in honour of Canadian Infertility Awareness Week in Canada:
- I am a Mother
- Demystifying Infertility: The Best and the Worst of IVF
- My Guest Interview on Infertility and Family Day
- Why we chose Embryo Donation: Hoping for Something Wonderful
- The Infertility Sisterhood
- In Vitro Fertilization – A Nobel Pursuit
- The Journey to Here
I am in awe of the strength and resilience of all the amazing women, mothers and mothers-to-be who are dealing with infertility and kicking it in the ass everyday by doing whatever it takes to create their families.
Let’s celebrate that!
6 thoughts on “On Canadian Infertility Awareness Week”
Hurrah fellow Canadian! I agree with your message. let’s celebrate all the warriors on this journey.
Hello from ICLW! I couldn’t agree with you more- the strength and resilience of all women dealing with infertility should be celebrated.
Thanks so much for sharing so much of yourself and your journey. I haven’t started the fertility treatment journey as of yet; still trying to put the pieces of my life back together, but posts and blogs like yours give me such an insight into the process and assure me I’ll find support, whenever i may need it.
-jenn, from ICLW
Welcome to ICLW and thanks for sharing your story.
Hi from ICLW…infertility is really devastating!!!
Thank you for stopping by Cindy.