Monthly Archives: June 2014

What are the needs of those who don’t tell AND a new Viking invasion?

It’s been a busy, busy week, mostly paying attention to writing and editing various contributions to DC Network’s next Journal – including a transcription of the panel of six children and teenagers at the London conference earlier this year – … Continue reading

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Choosing the ‘love or fear’ path in donor conception

Two of the wise women in the donor conception world are Wendy Kramer and Ellen Glazer.  Ellen is a counsellor to those needing egg donation to create their families and board member of the Donor Sibling Registry.  She wrote this … Continue reading

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A DI dad’s thoughts on Father’s Day

Having only returned from holiday yesterday I was a bit slow to realise today is Father’s Day.  My own dad died many, many years ago.  I think of him often and don’t feel the need to have a special day, … Continue reading

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Southampton…a (surprisingly) lovely place to have donor conception…and other news

It has been a fascinating week but one that is very difficult to blog about in the detail I would like to share, because of the confidential nature of some of the encounters I have had.  Suffice to say that … Continue reading

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