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Over the years, my childlessness and miscarriages meant I felt entirely alone, separated from the world by an invisible barrier of pain and shame. I blamed myself for my miscarriages and felt I'd failed at life. My childlessness weighed heavily on me, with each passing year I felt I was watching life passing me by. 

I have now adopted two beautiful little girls with my partner and we are navigating our way through this process. 

I want to change the conversations we have about pregnancy loss, infertility and childlessness. As well as discuss what happens next. For some this means surrogacy or adoption, for others, these options may not be right, or possible. There is grief either way, losing the option to carry your child; losing a genetic link, or running out of possible options.

You can read more about my own story in the 'About me' tab. 

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