Guest Post: A Mighty Throng
This week we have Lisa from Amateur Nester. Incredibly, just like many of my other friends in the blogging community, I cannot say for sure how Lisa and I found one another. All I know is that it was no mistake
Through the Darkness We Can Awaken4
We will all have to eventually do the work to be happier and healthier versions of ourselves. We will all have to embrace our lives, get out of our own damn way and own all the parts of it. We
Guest Post: No Easy Way Out
My friend over at A Few Pieces Missing From Normalcy is sharing his perspective on the lifelong work the infertility journey inevitably leaves us all with. He has been a huge support of me and Ever Upward, even helping me with a chapter review last
Justine’s Story: Changing the Definition of Acceptance
My recovery means making the daily choices to manage the lifelong losses of infertility and the consequences of anxiety and depression.
They say that having cancer changes you. Not just in the obvious visible ways—but fundamentally, as a person and on the deepest of levels. Since my initial breast cancer diagnosis in 2010 I’ve probably been transformed in a thousand ways
Adopting After Cancer: A Love Story
Simply in awe of Sharon's amazing story!
Chloë’s Story: Fertility and the Single Girl
I’ll be honest from the outset. I’m single, with no children, and I’m 40 in June, and I accept that this current absence of love for another person affects the way I view fertility. I’ve never been married, never had
Catherine’s Story: The Children of my Daydreams
Today we have Catherine's incredibly brave story. So thankful for her light and love on this earth.
A Constant Reminder: Stacey’s Story
What’s the point of having a chart if no one looks at it before talking to me?