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Hi folks. Eric here, with a deeply personal revelation. I hate to run. I mean I HATE to run. But every September, Cathy and I run the rock and roll half marathon in Virginia beach, with thousands of runners, crowds of fans, and bands every mile cranking out pump-you-up tunes. And every year, I show…

  Has anyone been plagued by sleepless nights since the advent of the coronavirus pandemic? Usually, I have no problem finding peaceful rest at night. Yet, for some reason my sleep patterns have regressed in recent months. I’ve had more and more restless nights, finding it hard to fall off to sleep until much later…

Cheers, dear readers!   The time is upon us once again – the day in the United States when we recognize with love, adoration, and gratitude all mothers. During my childhood and a large portion of my adult life, I spent this day celebrating my own mother (and my maternal grandmother when she was alive)….

Cheers, dear readers, This past weekend, I was honored to take part in an educational coaching program from an institution called IPEC or the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. I am in the process of getting certified to become a coach, specializing in relationship coaching as well as transition coaching. When dealing with infertility,…

Cheers, dear readers, Given the difficulty of going through diagnosis and subsequent treatment, in some respects, in vitro fertilization (IVF) children are some of the most wanted children on the planet. Anyone who has gone through IVF to have a child is a courageous and determined person. IVF gives many couples faced with a diagnosis…

Cheers, dear readers,   I wanted to take a timeout to write and thank many of you for the great discussions that transpired after my last post. Apparently I hit a nerve and a conversation-starter that many wanted to chime in and speak about in some of the support group forums. In that last post,…

Cheers, dear readers, I’m writing you on the other side of a both inspirational yet challenging weekend. This weekend was inspirational thanks to a transformational and life-changing 3-day immersive seminar towards my coaching certification. Yet the weekend was also challenging due to some feelings of isolation, exclusion, and disconnection that I experienced. The purpose of…

Cheers, dear readers,   I have taken myself on an unusual journey. When I am feeling strong (both physically and mentally), I generally like to challenge myself as often as I am able to see what I am made of. I suppose I think it builds character. For months – even years – I have…

Many times on our infertility journey, we may have to face pestering questions from well-meaning friends and family. There seems to be a formula that is accepted in society that goes something like this: We date, we meet a very special someone, we marry, we have kids, we watch them grow, we become grandparents, we…

Cheers, dear readers, I hope that you enjoyed Eric’s post from last week. He and I had a week where we were dealing with some rough emotional issues with relationships that currently feel strained and difficult. We have dealt with this type of situation more than we care to admit since we have struggled with…

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