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Content Tagged: family

Our son and his wife just told us that they’re going to be starting an IVF cycle after they have been trying for have a baby for the last two years. I had no idea! I’m so upset for them. I want to support them, but I’m worried I might say the wrong thing. How can I best support my son and his wife in their efforts to have a family?

Written by our mental health expert, Dr. Karen Kranz, Registered Psychologist.  I am so happy to receive your question. I commend you for recognizing that you may not have the words to support your son and daughter-in-law, and as such, may inadvertently say something hurtful. Most people who have not experienced fertility challenges, do not […]

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Realizing I’m not finished having kids after all

My name is Joe. I married my high school sweetheart at 23. We had our first child the next year and our second a year later. We agreed that two kids was enough and our family was complete, so shortly after our second child was born I had a vasectomy. My wife had done her […]

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When is enough, enough? Aisha Tyler shares experience of stopping fertility treatments

Although in the past Aisha Tyler has been vocal about her experiences with infertility and medical treatment, in recent interviews, she is opening up about her decision to stop treatment and to remain childless. After undergoing a few rounds of IVF, she and her husband learned it was very unlikely that they would be able […]

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Planning for parenthood: Moving closer to my family to help us with the kids

My name is Sandra. My husband and I met after we both were recruited by the same company straight out of college. For the last 5 years, we’ve been living and working in the “big city,” building our careers, and saving money for a down payment for a house. It’s been a lot of fun, […]

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