I love it when guys read my book! Chapter 5 is totally dedicated to men so there’s plenty info and stories for guys to peruse in Infertility Journeys, Finding Your Happy Ending.
I’d like to say thank you, John, for writing and sharing your thoughts about my book on Amazon.com. I appreciate your book review. Here’s what John wrote:
“Must Read for anyone experiencing or know of anyone experiencing fertility issues.”
“Such a well written book! The personal stories compel the reader to want to read more. It gives great insight into the journey couples take – in my case it helped me see what others have been through and how I might be more supportive.”
“The medical resources are an added bonus. What a great wealth of information put into an easy to read and compelling format! I hope all couples struggling with any fertility issues and their friends and family will read this book.”
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About the book:
Infertility Journeys, Finding Your Happy Ending tells the family-building journeys of 18 couples who struggle with infertility and how they find their happy endings.
The book offers a source of encouragement, inspiration, and hope to women and men who have been diagnosed with infertility. It helps you to process unmet expectations and enables you to navigate your family-building options. This book is for anyone who has been affected by infertility, including family and friends of infertile couples.
Dr. Diamond’s endorsement:
“Written with self-awareness, honesty, humor and compassion, Infertility Journeys, Finding Your Happy Ending weaves the stories of women and men together with a wealth of information about the medical and psychological processes that patients experience. The book provides not only vivid descriptions of the experience, but important coping tools as well. It truly provides hope for all people experiencing infertility.”
– Martha Diamond, Ph.D.Co-Director, Center for Reproductive PsychologyCo-author of Unsung Lullabies: Understanding and Coping with Infertility