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Mr. Hopeful Opens Up

Earlier today, my wife and I attended our first peer-led infertility support group. She found the group on Resolve’s website, and it just so happened that today they were encouraging spouses, husbands, and partners to join in. 926 more words


Romantic Scene (Male Perspective)

I look into her big, chestnut eyes and smile. Admiring the her face’s many features: the plumpness of her lips; the curves and lines of her jaw; the flawless skin on her rosy cheeks; the dark brown hair, that often has to be pushed behind her ear, on her head; and that cute little nose of hers that sits in the center of her adorable face. 835 more words

Trine: Part Two, Chapter One

A couple of days ago, I discussed the age old question of whether women can write male characters and men can write female characters.

In the novel I am currently writing, … 2,678 more words


Adventure in Sensitivity as Strength

The table’s have turned.

I asked quite a few men (more than appear here, but frankly, I got too impatient and too excited to share with you*) in my life to define a couple of words. 2,786 more words

Personal Issues


I asked Hubby to write a blog post for me regarding his experience with our recurrent pregnancy loss. I gave him no real guidelines and admitted that I may not even use it but at the very least I think it would help him work through some stuff just like it helps me. 505 more words


Mr. Hopeful: A Male Perspective On IVF

At 31 years old, my wife should already have a couple of rugrats running around. She should be tripping over little shoes as she walks in the door, finding discarded pieces of food in the backseat of her car, and cleaning sharpie marker off of our lampshades. 1,125 more words


Comparing Notes with Men is Important

Fresh out of the box and I already constructed a false impression of online dating. My brother had done it awhile back and after talking with him, he had some comments that were a wake up call for me. 318 more words