Not a laughing matter

The coronavirus pandemic is truly an unprecedented time in our lives, which is challenging on nearly every level. Emotionally, many of us feel anxious, lonely, or sad, or all of the above and more. This is why Resolve New England is so glad to continue to offer our peer support groups, just now in a […]

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Stress and Fertility

By Kerry Hinds and Dr. Alison Zimon The effect of stress on our health has become a major topic of conversation over the last few decades. Our lives are continuously becoming more stressful. We live in a society that values ‘busyness,’ and believes that success is tied to action. Do do do. Do more. Do […]

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“To the early women”

by Katie C. We are the early women. The ones who sit silently at the lab for bloodwork before rush hour. The ones who wait next for ultrasounds. We follow each other in a quiet solidarity. I want to reach out — to ask, how is it for you? How are you managing? Is it […]

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Giving thanks to my people (and how to find yours)

By Stephanie Wissig Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I like the simple wholesomeness of the holiday–a special meal with friends and family–no presents, no fuss. I like the tradition of spending the day in the kitchen tending to the turkey, prepping sides, and inevitably arguing with my mom and husband about whether the […]

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Resolve New England Conference A to Z

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc Our 26th annual Resolve New England conference is this Saturday November 2nd. To say that this event is on our mind A LOT is really underestimating it. We truly pour our hearts and minds into this! Here are a whole bunch of reasons why we love our conference and think you […]

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Supporting Your ‘Cysters’ During PCOS Awareness Month

By: Kate Davies You would be hard pressed to find a woman who has never experienced the most “obvious” symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): irregular periods and weight gain. Fortunately for many, these are merely temporary issues caused by any number of health and lifestyle changes. Unfortunately for others, they can be signs of […]

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You Are Here

By Nicole “You are here”. My yoga instructor spoke these three simple words in my first class back after my third (out of four) miscarriage. As we worked to quiet our minds and control our breath, she continued to repeat these words. “You are here”. I didn’t think much of it at first, but by […]

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