Petite Post: Negotiations With a 3 Year Old
Grief can feel like the dramatic threenager, and sometimes we just have to be along for the ride.
Petite Post: Even In Our Longing
I've always wondered how our family portrait would ever be complete. How do I honor my three without my three here on earth?
Penned Musing: A Spoken Sea of Names
Penned Musings are posts based off of my daily writing prompts. You can read more here. ~~~ A Spoken Sea of Names Another name. A voice both full of love and sorrow all in the same breath speaks another name into the microphone over
Petite Post: Mustered Grace
Choosing to give ourselves permission to embrace the enigma that is defining our happy ending within the arms of lifelong loss.
The Bright Shining Light of Community
It has been a busy couple of days as Ever Upward has been featured a few times in the blogosphere. I am honored. I am grateful. I am excited!
Is Compassion Online Dead?
I have been writing about my journey of recovery from anxiety, depression and infertility for almost two years now. The Huffington Post has run many pieces for almost a year of that.
Guest Post: Building Rays of Hope
My new friend, Rachel McGrath, is guest posting for me today. She is the author of her book and blog, Finding the Rainbow. Make sure to check her out! ~~~
I Want More: Can We Define a New Tribe?
When I think about some of the people I am closest too in the community, even they may not fit in our tribe much longer as many of them are pregnant after their infertility struggles (which is technically what we
Permissions for Mother’s and Father’s Day
If I have learned anything throughout my own infertility journey and recovery I have learned that we are all parents. But most likely, we will be the men and women who feel invisible these months as Mother’s and Father’s Day are upon
Being the Happiest and Healthiest Version of Ourselves: Can We Just Do It?
It has been a theme in my office lately, the frustration we can feel with recovery, well, really with ourselves. The frustration of falling off track with the choices of recovery. The sense of it never getting easier. The inaccurate inner critic telling us that we are