Huge silver linings

In recent weeks I have received comments on my blog that have really touched me. Validated the hell out of me. I hear how my words help you—and that helps me! It’s this magical, super-positive support loop, and I am extremely grateful.

Thank you. One of the very best things that has come out of this experience has been connecting with you.

I know, now, that I want to write a nonfiction book (or two) related to this experience, because the responses I have gotten to this blog have helped me to realize how I can express all that I’ve gone through and researched and learned in ways that are most helpful to others. I also know I am moving toward making infertility, loss, and other journeys toward parenthood a main focus of my clinical practice as a social worker. Huge silver linings going on. Huge.

We met with a psychologist on Thursday who evaluated our readiness for donor egg IVF (she will send a report to RBA) and she and I talked about the ways I can get connected professionally to ASRM. Also, I am studying for the licensing exam right now and plan to take it soon—so perhaps I can begin to develop this aspect of my career sooner than I previously thought.

I have so much I want to write about! One reader requested that I write more about couple’s counseling, and I very much want to do that. I could dedicate an entire blog to what happened in that room with our counselor. But right now I have to get back to studying for that licensing exam—I’ll be lost in the books for a while. But I’ll be back soon.

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  1. Yay! I’m so excited to hear all of this! I will read any book, blog, article that you write. I can’t even express how your writing, content and writing style, moves me… no matter what the topic. I’m happy to hear that you like feedback because I’m usually a silent lurker, very shy on the internet, but I just couldn’t keep quiet about some of the stuff that has touched me. We are in the same profession too :-) Kindred spirits. Take care and I look forward to more of your writing!

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  2. Kindred spirits indeed! It is so kind of you to say all of this. And inspiring. Know that if you’re feeling shy your comments always have a home here (: And thank you for all you write in your blog, too—I am just now taking a naughty break from studying and perusing it, so lovely!

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  1. (Much) more on couples counseling | the unexpected trip

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