I don’t “do” New Year Resolutions. I have almost always failed at them, and frankly, I don’t need to add to my list of shortcomings. My one “resolution”, if you want to call it that, I mentioned in my comment on Katie’s New Year post: Do Better. I’ve been in a slump, professionally and personally, … Continue reading
Infertility sucks. I could end the blog post here and most of you would understand. Those two words encompass everything there is to say… About the inability to get pregnant—or, like me, stay pregnant longer than three months—and give birth. About the tears you shed every month along with your useless uterine lining. About the … Continue reading
What images do you conjure up when someone says they’re depressed? When I was first formally diagnosed with it, I fit the stereotype. It was the height of the barren womb years, when I easily got pregnant and then just as easily miscarried every one. I was a crying, hormonal mess. I couldn’t focus on … Continue reading
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