Episode 20!

Posted: February 5, 2013 by Mo in Uncategorized
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Wherein we discuss living child – free – and how to make sure you are more than the sum of your lady parts.

Get it here or on iTunes!

Episode resources:

Living Child-free

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/10/health/10pati.html?_r=1&

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/06/10/health/healthguide/TE_INFERTILITY_CLIPS.html

http://www.bloggersforhope.com/2012/05/how-infertility-redefines-hopeful.html

http://www.ladiesinwaitingbookclub.com/2011/03/silent-sorority-infertility-amnesia-ask.html

http://jjiraffe.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/faces-of-adoptionlossinfertility-the-memory-keeper/

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/complete-without-kids/201108/peek-childfree-living

http://www.resolve.org/family-building-options/living_childfree/

Pamela’s blog

http://blog.silentsorority.com/

Loribeth’s blog

http://theroadlesstravelledlb.blogspot.com/

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Comments
  1. inggirl1@aol.com says:

    Am I crazy? I can’t find your blogs listed on this site. Help?

  2. Jodykat says:

    Wow, what a fantastic interview with Loribeth and Pamela.
    I’ve shared it with my Gateway Women community, on Facebook and Twitter. Such an important and taboo busting subject and one that a lot of women need to hear.
    Anytime you want me on your show, count me in!
    Thank you so much for this important show.
    Hugs, Jody x
    http://www.gateway-women.com

  3. Amel says:

    THANK YOU for this podcast! I really enjoyed it. 😀

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