"It's important to dispell the myths like 'just adopt' and to have honest conversations about infertility.”Read More
I always expected to be a dad. I wanted to be a dad.Read More
World Childless Week is important because we need connection, we need to see ourselves reflected in the world and we need to be visible.Read More
"I am supporting World Childless Week because I feel that it is important for women who are childless not by choice to be heard.
As a woman of colour I have been silenced to the point of being too ashamed to say that I am childless but now I can celebrate the woman that I have become through the power of owning my story".
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Male infertility is the side of infertility that's not spoken about. I would like to see a day when men can talk over a pint about infertility without feeling judged, as I've been able to. World Childless Week is a great way place to start getting that support.Read More
Feelings of isolation and being alone are very common when you are CNBC and one of the wonderful things about World Childless Week is that it creates a world-wide community having open, honest conversations about those subjects that matter to us.Read More
“I’m proud to be a part of World Childless Week, launched in 2017 by Stephanie Phillips. The 2nd World Childless Week is happening from 10-16th September 2018 and I was delighted when I was asked to get involved as a World Childless Week Champion, especially as I had just launched a counselling practice focused on supporting people who are childless not by choice…” Read about Meriel Whale and why she’s pleased to be World Childless Week Champion!Read More
Michael Hughes from Married and Childless explains why he’s our World Childless Week Champion in Australia.Read More