Tag Archives: Generation Cryo

The importance of allowing time for ‘the process’…

So, the last episode of Generation Cryo.  What a roller coaster it has been.  But what I find so fascinating is Bree and the half-sibs ambivalence about actually meeting the donor now that they have regular contact with him.  There … Continue reading

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The prevalence of ambivalence

Another Wednesday, another episode of Generation Cryo.  This week Bree (see previous two blogs for backstory) met up with Bostonian half-sister twins Molly and Paige age 20 and their brother Will age 16, all four conceived with the help of … Continue reading

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Just what is the role of parents when it comes to connecting with half-siblings?

The question in the title of this blog has been rolling around in my head since I watched the second episode of Generation Cryo on Wednesday night.  I really don’t have any hard and fast answers to this but all … Continue reading

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Conception or upbringing: where does the distress of some DC adults come from?

There have been some long conversations going on following two of my previous posts.  Although they are enormously worth reading they are very difficult to follow because of the way WordPress randomly seems to offer the possibility, or not, of … Continue reading

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