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Diverse Families: Writing Our Family Narrative

One thing I love about the country I live in, is that society is continually becoming more accepting of alternative families. Families are no longer created only from heterosexual parents, with an average of 2.2 children. 476 more words


Africa: Human Rights Advances in Women's Reproductive Health

Congratulations to Prof. Charles G. Ngwena of the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, and co-authors Dr. Eunice Brookman-Amissah and Patty Skuster, J.D., M.P.P., from Ipas, whose new article has been published in the… 204 more words


My hope for future young women with breast cancer

I always took it for granted that I would, someday, have children.

I never grappled with the decision of whether or not motherhood was for me, or thought of what my life might be like without kids. 1,044 more words

So about having a baby...

I can tell you the exact moment Mr Hope and I decided we were going to move up the schedule regarding having some little Hopes.  It was obviously something i had been thinking about for a long while but as anyone in a long term relationship knows, i needed to choose my moment carefully.   351 more words



I grew up believing the concept of a mother was very simple. She was the one and only mom I ever knew or thought I’d know. 850 more words


finding the positives and the start of cycle 3.

I’ve been trying to make a point to find reasons why it’s ok that I didn’t end up pregnant when AF shows. Even the months we had to skip in between the first try and this last one. 932 more words

Health Fiesta Caravan sa Mimaropa, magsisimula na

ni Lyndon Plantilla

LUNGSOD QUEZON, Mayo 27 (PIA) — Ilulunsad ngayong linggong ng Department of Health – Mimaropa ang DOH Health Fiesta Caravan sa San Jose, Occidental, Mindoro. 145 more words