Marisa Renee Lee is the author of Grief is Love: Living with Loss, a book that guides readers through the pain of loss and offers a unique perspective on what healing truly means. Together, Sarah and Marisa explore the complexities of grief, including the need to feel difficult emotions and the role of self care and supportive relationships in the healing process.
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Optimize Your Fertility + Heal Your Body. Episode #108 with Lisa Hendrickson-Jack
Lisa Hendrickson-Jack shares about taking the time to learn about and understand our cycles, optimize our fertility and gain information about our bodies.
Designing a New Model for Moms Around 50/50 Parenting — Episode #032 With Tracy Candido and Karina Mangu-Ward
Fertility struggles, imago and 50/50 parenting: what can happen when partners bond over a similarly difficult infertility experience.
The Invisible Emotional Weight of Infertility – Episode #026 With Anne
When you want to be a mother but are battling infertility, where do you go from here? One woman shares her experience with this painful realization, the difficult conversations that followed and how she is moving forward with her life despite this difficult challenge.
The Pain and Beauty of Pregnancy After Loss
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Why I Want to Talk About My Pregnancy Loss
Pregnancy loss is a broad term that encompasses the loss of life of any embryo, fetus, or unborn baby. The most common type of pregnancy loss is miscarriage, affecting up to 50% of all pregnancies. Put another way, every other woman you know who has been pregnant has likely experienced some form of pregnancy loss.
Women Have Periods. Women Have Miscarriages. Being a Woman Involves Blood.
Courtney Skott is an award-winning, independent furniture and interior designer. She also wants to talk about blood: women have periods, they have miscarriages, and they have abortions. None of this should be shrouded in mystery or secrecy.
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