Iréné Celcer is an accomplished writer. In addition to her books, she has posted or published many readings in her areas of specialty.
This article explores the painful and challenging circumstances of being childless around the holidays. Applicable to almost any celebration that is "kid focused," read about how to more than muddle through situations that seem to scream "So, do you have any kids?"
Posted at Laughing is Conceivable, www.laughingisconceivable.com.
This article argues that the personal realityof infertility results from complex psychological, sociocultural, and religious factors in an individual's history. In particular, a person's relationship and attachment history will shade how the challenges and successes of infertility are experienced and ultimately addressed.
Downloadable at the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work: www.gscsw.org.