Tag Archives: Wendy Kramer

Telling children IS only the start but without it nothing else happens

Walter appeared on the Victoria Derbyshire show today as part of a discussion about whether donor conceived children in the UK should have the right to make connections with others who were conceived with the same donor before they are … Continue reading

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More wise words from Wendy Kramer

I’m currently trying to work up the energy to blog about three important new books that have come out over the past month that all throw light on donor conception processes and families, but a sinus infection is keeping me … Continue reading

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When ‘telling’ is hard to start

“We have won the war” I heard someone say the other day.  She was referring to the debate about whether or not children should be told about their beginnings by donor conception.  It is true, the default position in the … 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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Wise words from Wendy Kramer for donor conception parents

Walter and I are going walking in Madeira for a week from Friday so there won’t be a post from me next week.  But I am going to leave you with the thoughts of Donor Sibling Registry founder Wendy Kramer … Continue reading

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The big challenge for male/female couple parents

Last week Wendy Kramer posted on her Yahoo group a powerful and insightful piece of writing by adoptee Kristi Blazi Lado. She was responding to the MTV Generation Cryo series – sadly not currently viewable in the UK – where … Continue reading

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‘Finding our Families’

My experience of Americans is that they can be gushingly naive and sentimental (see some of the self-published books for children conceived by egg donation) or refreshingly wise and direct.  I am delighted to say that the new book from … Continue reading

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