The Empty Picture Frameby Jenna Currier Nadeau
Infertility first seemed to be
Strong values, unshakable faith, excellent educations, successful careers, loving families, two cats and a dog. This was the life Jenna and Mike had built for themselves. They were living the American Dream. The only pieces missing were the children to run in the manicured yard and the toys scattered throughout the four bedroom home.
Infertility first seemed to be a minor obstacle in an otherwise peaceful existence. After four years of treatments including a series of invasive tests, two intrauterine inseminations, four in vitro fertilizations, two frozen embryo transfers and one miscarriage, the obstacle became nearly insurmountable. In this poignant memoir of their journey, Jenna and Mike recall their experience together. In an honest and empathetic series of journal entries and vignettes, this piece of writing paints the unmistakable face of infertility. More than this, they offer some pointed suggestions from their journey to help the loved ones of infertiles provide support and comfort along the way.
³This should become mandatory reading for every friend, acquaintance and family member of all who suffer from this disease.²
Follow more of Jenna and Mike¹s story by visiting www.inconceivablejourney.com
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