Monthly Archives: March 2014

“More Family” – Guest Blog From Ellen Glazer

“More Family” by Ellen Glazer In my work counseling individuals and couples who are struggling to build their families, I tend to live more in the world of “before” than “after.”  By this I mean that I may know people … Continue reading

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LGBT Guest Blog from Ashleigh

Ashleigh’s latest blog up on the DSR’s LGBT Page: Many of us are familiar with the all-encompassing urges that our hormones put us through during our reproductive years.  That desire, that urgency to “have a baby”. Come on, you know … Continue reading

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The Challenges of the Non-Bio Parent: How to Create More Openness and Healthier Donor-Conceived Families

Many of us who are considering having a child face the possibility of not being genetically related to that child. Whether you’re a man, woman or couple dealing with infertility or a genetic abnormality that makes it impossible to have … Continue reading

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