Heartbreak, hope and hormones in the workplace

IVF is a full-time job. The appointments are endless and if it’s not the appointments, it’s the reams of paperwork. If it’s not the paperwork, it’s the procedures. Then there’s the medicating, the scans, the blood tests, the research, the injecting. And if it’s none of the above, it’s the emotional trauma, which is always … More Heartbreak, hope and hormones in the workplace

#ivfwebinars with Egg Donation Friends

Living with infertility is many things but, I’m sure anyone who has ever been there will agree, it can feel incredibly overwhelming. Not only is it an emotionally frightening void of heartbreak, pain and the unknown, it’s also utterly and completely petrifying, when faced with the medical science side of things. It’s as is, overnight, … More #ivfwebinars with Egg Donation Friends

Whitebeard: An interview with author M.C.D Etheridge

I’m incredibly excited to present to you, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the latest adventure novelist to sail onto the literary scene: M.C.D. Etheridge. This talented author is already making waves and receiving rave reviews for his debut novel: Whitebeard, which tells the alternative, magical tale of the pirate who would become Father Christmas… … More Whitebeard: An interview with author M.C.D Etheridge

Huff Post UK, Michelle Obama, infertility, IVF & miscarriage

When Huff Post UK approached me to write a piece on Michelle Obama, miscarriage and IVF, I was completely honoured, overwhelmed and scared; I desperately wanted to give this courageous revelation the words it so rightly deserved. And so, I did what I do, and began to write. I think I cried through every sentence. … More Huff Post UK, Michelle Obama, infertility, IVF & miscarriage