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National Infertility Awareness Week 2012

It is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW). Often, when we read about infertility online we hear about the struggle of those who are actively trying to conceive… or perhaps about life after a struggle with infertility that includes children. However, there are many others whose stories with regard to infertility may not be heard quite as often. I believe it’s important for the voices of those who are childfree-not-by-choice to be heard as well.

Please take a moment to check out what Lisa wrote here called:

It’s important to increase awareness of the many ways in which infertility impacts men and women. I appreciate Lisa sharing her perspective on her blog and wanted to share it with my readers.

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1 LisaNo Gravatar { 04.26.12 at 12:55 am }

Thanks so much for including my post on your site. If we keep talking, eventually we will be heard. 🙂

Wishing you well.

2 JeanneNo Gravatar { 04.26.12 at 1:39 pm }

Welcome Lisa!

I shared your post here in the hope that it might help more people to find it. Thank you for speaking out. Yes, eventually the voices of everyone who is speaking out will be heard!

Wishing you well too.


3 Jannie FunsterNo Gravatar { 05.02.12 at 10:02 pm }

heading on over there, Jeanne!

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4 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.06.12 at 1:36 am }


Thank you so much for always sharing your incredible support and caring with others!


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