Adoption, surrogacy and IVF are a few great family‐building options that hopeful parents might consider. But there are some common myths about each one that you might have already heard of, making it hard to decide which family‐building option is right for you.
There’s more than one way to start a family. Many families facing a diagnosis of infertility consider both adoption and surrogacy. Here is an honest comparison of the two options.
This year, you can stand with RESOLVE and thousands of others for #InfertilityUncovered. This 2019 National Infertility Awareness Week theme raises awareness of the widespread impact of infertility and turns the spotlight on how folks affected by infertility respond to it.
Whether it’s a prank or a punch line, some things are best left unsaid. Or, in this case, unpublished. We’re talking about fake pregnancy announcements, an especially pertinent topic for today, April Fool’s Day.
There are some things to contemplate when making the final decision to stop fertility treatments, and considering the thoughts below will open up this discussion.
Losing a pregnancy or an infant is something you will never forget. This Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, commemorating your loss may help bring hope and healing.
“You know what happens when people start the adoption process, don’t you?” Our pastor only meant love when he said those words to us over a year ago, but for many adoptive families, statements like that can potentially cause an avoidable offense
We shared our plans for adoption on Mother’s Day 2017. At the time, we thought reveling in the possibilities as prospective adoptive parents was the way to celebrate. However, our view has changed during the past year as we’ve waited to become adoptive parents.
National Infertility Awareness Week is April 22-28. Find out five facts about infertility here, and share your story to spread awareness about infertility in the U.S. today.
First she was an adoptive mother through a closed adoption, then a birth grandmother in an open adoption. One woman tells her story of faith, fate, and of being on two sides of the adoption triad.