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I spent time on Tuesday with my lovely friend and colleague Emily and we hosted a live Facebook question-and-answer session on emotional management for fertility.

I spent time on Tuesday with my lovely friend and colleague Emily and we hosted a live Facebook question-and-answer session on emotional management for fertility.

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Your spirit IS everywhere...many of us share those moments of feeling it.  You are deeply loved and so very much a part of our thoughts

Your spirit IS everywhere...many of us share those moments of feeling it. You are deeply loved and so very much a part of our thoughts

So if you're separated, never ever talk badly about one parent to the kids.  Never ever ever.  So glad most people I know know enough to be loving, selfless and smart in that way.

So if you're separated, never ever talk badly about one parent to the kids. Never ever ever. So glad most people I know know enough to be loving, selfless and smart in that way.

End of life planning. What legal and medical documents do you need to make sure your wishes are carried out!

End of life planning. What legal and medical documents do you need to make sure your wishes are carried out!

Might seem weird pinning this here but I think it is healthy and not something to be surprised about. After all death is one of life's certainties. "Here's a four part overview of the grieving process, showing the self-protective shock and denial, followed by the resistance of anger and depression, leading finally to release, resolution and peace." by ghettoflower

Might seem weird pinning this here but I think it is healthy and not something to be surprised about. After all death is one of life's certainties. "Here's a four part overview of the grieving process, showing the self-protective shock and denial, followed by the resistance of anger and depression, leading finally to release, resolution and peace." by ghettoflower

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