Happier than you think: 5 Myths about couples choosing childfree living after infertility

This blog post was written by Merle Bombardieri, LICSW Private Practice, Lexington, former Clinical Director of National RESOLVE. Author of The Baby Decision. I have found that mistaken assumptions about childfree living after infertility add to the feeling that their future happiness is riding on this very cycle. So I am offering this article not only to […]

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The Light at the End of the Tunnel

by Anna Koon from RESOLVE Spring 2009 Newsletter On the wall by my desk is a painting my husband and I purchased two years ago. It is of a man and woman standing and staring expectantly out of the canvas. They stretch towards each other, but instead of grasping hands, their fingers brush the back […]

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Accepting the Unacceptable and The Road Not Taken

These articles are from the RESOLVE New England Archives  Accepting the Unacceptable: An Outcome of No Children Written by Linda Wolfson in our Spring 1993 Newsletter My husband and I tried for six years to have a child. They were hellish years filled with the moments of hope and despair familiar to anyone living with […]

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A Family of Two: Moving On Without Parenting

By Jennifer A. Redmond My husband and I struggled with infertility for several years. I was going to say “on and off” for several years, but even when we weren’t “trying” there was always the hope that I might get pregnant. I have unexplained infertility — no reason was discovered for my inability to get […]

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