Why I Will Walk


I walk because I know the struggle of infertility firsthand… In my late 20s I was told that it was doubtful for me to support a pregnancy to full term. The culprit: Uterine Fibroids- noncancerous tumors. After receiving this diagnosis, I put the thought of getting pregnant in the back of my mind and focused […]

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Bad luck – that could not be the end of my story. I needed more.

Empty Crib and the Pain Infertility

This blog post was written by Julie Richardson Paige, a member of the RESOLVE New England Board of Directors. They say one out of every 10 couples struggle with infertility. They also say one out of every 4 woman will suffer a pregnancy loss. Just my luck, i was dealt the hand of both. Really? […]

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RNE has strengthened my resolve: a volunteer’s story

Peer Led Support Groups at RESOLVE New England

“You are an excellent candidate for ivf.”  “You have Ovarian Hyper Stimulation Syndrome, I’m sorry, but we have to freeze all of your embryos.” “Your embryos are of excellent quality!” “You’re pregnant!” “I’m sorry, your levels have dropped.” “I’m sorry, there’s no longer a pregnancy.” “You’ve been approved for adoption!” “It will be several years […]

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The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day

The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day | RESOLVE New England

This Wednesday our Executive Director, Erin Lasker, joins RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association as they head to Capitol Hill to lead volunteer advocates from all over the country to advocate for the infertility community. This year, the focus issues are on getting an infertility tax credit reintroduced into Congress and getting the Women Veterans and […]

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Is a Peer Support Group Right For Me?


At RESOLVE New England, we offer a variety of Peer Support Groups, led by people who understand the unique challenges and stresses of dealing with infertility and the many varied paths to family building. All of our Peer Group leaders are volunteers who have experience with infertility. While they are not mental health professionals, they […]

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Spring 2013 Peer Group Dates Announced!

RESOLVE New England Spring 2013 Infertility and Adoption Peer Group Calendar

Looking for Peer Support in your area? We’ve released our Spring 2013 calendar of Peer Support Group meeting dates through June of this year. Download and print our flyer for handy reference or feel free to share with your friends and colleagues to help us spread the word! Click the image below to view the […]

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RESOLVE to Get Involved in 2013!


As the clock reaches midnight tonight, what resolutions will you have made for the New Year? We hope you’ll resolve to get involved with RESOLVE New England in 2013! Looking for ways to get involved with our organization? Here are our top 5 resolutions to get involved with RNE in the New Year! In 2013, […]

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A Season of Giving: We Believe in RNE

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“I’ll never forget the RNE Annual Conference we went to a couple of years ago. What a great experience and so helpful! I met my fertility doctor there… There just are no words to describe how grateful I am to RNE.” – Annual Conference attendee When we receive positive feedback like this, all of us […]

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I Believe in RNE: Carrie’s Story

Carrie Redi

  By Carrie Redi, RESOLVE New England Peer Leader and 2012 Volunteer of the Year About 7 years ago, I learned about RESOLVE New England (RNE) through a friend after I shared that I was going to begin infertility treatments. I was newly married, had just turned 35 and was scared that I would never […]

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2012: A Year of New Beginnings and Many Accomplishments

2012 RESOLVE New England Awards

2012 has been an incredible year for our organization. RESOLVE New England embarked on a bold new path this year, beginning even in 2011 as we restructured the organization, welcoming new staff and Board members. We set strong goals and crafted a clear vision of what we wanted this organization to look like and how […]

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