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God has blessed me tremendously with an amazing husband, Doug, and two gorgeous little boys, Gavin and Joey. It has always been a dream of mine to have a large family but God may have other plans. I had a series of 6 consecutive early miscarriages when trying for baby #2. We are currently trying for baby #3 after our 7th miscarriage. I am faithful that God's plan is perfect, even when I am not happy about it. I love comments and meeting new followers so please don't be shy!

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Incomplete Womb- A Review

First, let me say that I am in no way being compensated for this review. These are my honest and authentic thoughts on this E-Book.

About a week ago I was given the opportunity to read The Incomplete Womb by Kit Byrne. This book is a open, honest, and heartfelt journey of a woman coping with several steep road bumps on her path to bearing children. As I read, I found myself nodding in agreement with her emotional descriptions of what she learned, how she coped and some of the soul crushing moments that I, too, have found myself struggling with.

My favorite chapters described several coping strategies she implemented in order to help her keep her feelings in check. She managed to recognize, by using these strategies, what was truly important, how to change what she could, and forgive herself for what she couldn't. These strategies were simple, easy to implement, and refreshingly normal.

This book also serves as a guide book to women who are just finding themselves navigating their path with unexplained infertility, endometriosis, and other issues that most women never dreamed they would have to say aloud, let alone have a functional understanding of. She does an excellent job of explaining many of the terms and procedures that one may encounter on their own journey. I feel compelled to say that if you have been on this journey for a long time, as I have, a lot of the information is an introductory course.

I would absolutely recommend this book to any woman who has been recently diagnosed with unexplained infertility. Also, if you have had a miscarriage or two and aren't sure where you fit in the world of fertility specialists and doctors, this book may also be very helpful in helping you feel like you aren't alone.

I wish no one had a story like this to tell, but I thank Kit for being willing to share so that other women can learn form her. I am so sorry, Kit, for your countless losses, and many struggles, but love that you are turning your misfortune into a way to help others. Congratulations on your happy ending!


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