Your invitation to join Dr Robin Hadley and Michael Hughes for a frank 1-hour conversation about male childlessness. This will be a men-only space and conversation. It will be recorded but your name will not be visible on the recording and your video will be off (unless you choose to turn it on) to protect your anonymity.
Tell our stories and educate the world. These are our facts and figures.
This years letters will be addressed to the children we never had; our unborn children. We will share anything that resonates in our hearts.
Self doubt is a hard thing to shake and we can all be our own worse critics. Life can be full of many reasons to doubt our worth but despite our own judgements on our childlessness "we are ALL worthy".
If you would like to make a submission, suggest an idea or ask for more details, please get in touch
(All submissions can be anonymous or fully accredited)
We can reflect on how we have Moved Forward since last year’s World Childless Week.
Join Steph and the WCW team with More to Life to talk all things World Childless Week on a Zoom chat.
In this webinar, Jody will talk about how the grief of childlessness is not recognized, understood or supported by our culture and how this can lead to painful problems in our day-to-day lives: at work, in our family of origin, around other people’s children, in our friendships, with our partner (if we have one) and in our internal world.
Art at ESHRE: Fertility Fest 2018
ESHRE is delighted to welcome Fertility Fest - the world’s firsts arts festival dedicated to fertility, infertility, modern families and the science of making babies.
Founded in 2016 by Jessica Hepburn and Gabby Vautier, professional arts producers and former IVF patients, the festival’s work has already been making an international impact.
Ageing without Children campaigns for recognition of the issues affecting people ageing without children and offers advice and support on how to plan for a later life through its online group and local groups.
As we head into Spring Russell will be looking at ways to refind your passion for life. How do you find your mojo for life when you’ve lost it? How do you get clarity on what you want in life when you can’t have the thing to you want?
What does it feel like to be the parent of a child who is never born? A baby that was only a dream, an expectation or just a cluster of cells that strived but didn’t survive? The number of people entering their forties childless by circumstance has doubled in a generation.
For a long time it seemed as if involuntarily childlessness had a hidden face. But that’s all changing. Tonight a host of special guests will be introduced and interviewed on stage by Catherine Strawbridge of the national charity Fertility Network UK.
Join Rosalind to discover her 6 Step Plan for being happy and peaceful after childlessness. And learn more about EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques, commonly known as “tapping”) and TAT (Tapas Acupressure Technique) and how you can use them for yourself, to change the way you feel.
The Red Squash Theatre are hosting a special performance of STUFFED followed by a Q&A with the writer and cast hosted by Cat Strawbridge on Tuesday 13th March. £5 from each ticket sold for this performance is being donated to Fertility Network UK, the charity that supports More To Life.
It is primarily a social occasion but there will be an opportunity to ask questions about More to Life plans and feedback on the things you would like to see in the future.
Attending will be Cat Strawbridge of More to Life and Fertility Network UK and Aileen Feeney, new Chief Executive of Fertility Network UK.