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Found this book to have some very comforting advice in it.
Little did I expect to resonate so much with Glahn's candor about the universal need to belong, to love, and to live in meaningful relationships.
From living child-free to answering questions about medical treatments, to adoption how-to's, this book was worth its weight in gold!
Nice book that hits the highlights on infertility. Slightly outdated on the newest technologies but overall very great bookPublished 1 month ago by drak3
Found this book to have some very comforting advice in it. I would definitely recommend this book to any couples dealing with this problemPublished 14 months ago by Pgirl
I am reading this so that I can better communicate with and comfort a friend who is going through infertility. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by Julie Cramer
Book is blunt, but uplifting. Don't recommend reading this if you have not yet been diagnosed as "infertile". Read morePublished on June 18, 2012 by snazer3
An updated version of Glahn & Cutrer's book has been released with an added chapter.
Worth the read.
I wish I had felt this book a few years back! It really digs deep on the "feelings" but also give bibical references that "bring it to heart". Read morePublished on November 4, 2009 by D. Aune
I purchased this book after experiencing 5 years of infertility. My husband and I were at a crossroads about whether or not to consider adoption or try IVF, after having tried... Read morePublished on April 8, 2008 by Juice36
I was so encouraged to read this book! After dealing with infertility for several years, I was beginning to wonder if the feelings that I had been experiencing were normal or if I... Read morePublished on September 8, 2005 by Amy E. Gruetzmacher
I so wish I had gotten this book when we found out we were facing infertility, instead of a year into the process. It has helped me to replace my panic with peace.Published on September 13, 2004 by India Null Hazzard