Throughout the weeks to come and starting from today, we've compiled the links to sites who are also sharing content that the team and Champions think you'll love to read because the creator writes to our daily theme.Read More
My name is Jennifer and I am childless not by choice.
I am childless not by choice due to infertility. I was surprised to learn that only about 10% of those who are CNBC is because of infertility.
A Story of Adenomyosis and Endometriosis.Read More
I had been married for two years when I was diagnosed with lupus. I was thirty one years old at the time. My husband and I had decided to enjoy our time together before making any hurried decisions about family. Our deadline was to make a decision by the time I turned thirty-five.
The lupus diagnosis came after about eight years of strange symptoms and misdiagnoses. In that respect, it was a blessing. It finally gave me clarity on all the bizarre, seemingly coincidental medical issues I had experienced.Read More
It's 6pm on November 1st 2010 and I'm sat in Tesco’s car park at Hexham, Northumberland… read Joanne’s storyRead More
What a difficult choice! So many terrific reasons for why it is important to share your stories. I took ages reading them over, and thinking about which ones stood out for me. Here’s how I made the decision….Read More
I always just assumed I’d be someone who had 2.4 children to be honest. I think a lot of young women do. I used to play around with baby names finding the most eccentric-yet-acceptable ones I could muster and scribble them into the back of a notebook.Read More
“In telling my story of being childless not by choice, the first thing to say is that it's not obvious why exactly, for sure, I don't have children. I always thought I'd have children and it hasn't happened.”Read More
‘Well, Ms Lindemann, you are without doubt, the weirdest case I have ever seen’, said the eminent Professor and world-leading researcher in infertility and miscarriage.Read More
“I grew up firmly believing that I’d be a mom one day. Parenthood had always figured into my plans and life goals, but I thought I was being sensible by getting my degree, starting my career, getting married, travelling, buying a place, and becoming financially secure first. “ Read this honest and moving account by Tanya Trusler on the facts and figures in her journey.Read More
40% of women, who experience infertility, have suicidal thoughts. Read this message from the heart from Grace, our first post for World Childless Week 2018Read More
I’m 42 and childless-not-by-choice. I came fairly late to the party, and it wasn’t until my 30th birthday that the tock-tock of the biological clock really started to up the volume.Read More