Wanting Another Child

Wanting Another Child
Author : Harriet Fishman Simons
Publisher : Jossey-Bass
Total Pages : 208
Release : 1995-03-15
ISBN 10 : 0029289386
ISBN 13 : 9780029289389
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Wanting Another Child Book Description:

A welcome support for couples and an informative resource for practitioners A full and rich book that explores the special challenges of people facing infertility as parents. The personal stories are emotionally evocative and well balanced with explanations and strategies. A helpful book for parents facing infertility and the people who help them -- Peg Beck, former executive director, RESOLVE of the Bay State The author explores the emotional costs of secondary infertility on parents as well as on the child or children the couple already has and provides strategies for coping with and eventually resolving secondary infertility by sharing a variety of personal experiences.


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