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The Kite Runner: a memory trigger

That was the night I became an insomniac.
I close my eyes as my hippocampus fires up, the words bouncing around in my head, flashback mode completely initiated. 255 more words

Depression

Miscarriages (part one)

Introduction:

I’ve tried multiple ways to write this.  I tried just emotion, then just the facts.  Neither one works without the other.  I’m going to break it up into a few parts because it’s so long.  1,105 more words

The Check

So I believe I previously mentioned the check that randomly appeared from my insurance.  Through my insurance (a version of CIGNA) they have a Maternity Matters program or Healthy Babies, Healthy Pregnancies. 611 more words

Miscarriage

Life is a beautiful thing

Today’s post is dedicated to a good friend of mine who I loved and who left me too soon. At thirteen years old a lot of us feel as though we know everything, like life as we know it right then is all there will ever be, and sadly for him it was. 625 more words

A Physical and Emotional Miscarriage

–by: Delana H. Stewart

A friend of mine faced a failed adoption. She had not only seen pictures of her child, but she had held her in her arms, smelled her, cuddled her, rocked her. 415 more words

Adoption

Chin up looking to the sunshine!

I went back and forth all morning whether or not I was going to write this post. I’m still a little nervous and hope that I can correctly transfer these thoughts into words. 690 more words

Bye bye blood

I’m happy to update that after some email discussions with my RE, he agreed to do the whole initial bloodwork panel at once. So I had three tests drawn on Monday and the rest drawn today. 200 more words

Miscarriage