Give Us a Child: Coping with the Personal Crisis of Infertility

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Zondervan, May 1, 1992 - Infertility - 245 pages
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For couples who want to become parents, the possibility of life without natural children can be a major crisis. This guide covers the emotional, medical, and spiritual questions of infertility and shows husband and wife how to handle theirr emotions and strengthen their marriage, and more.

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Whereas 20 years ago infertile couples had no choice but to accept the situation, today they are more than likely to seek treatment at an infertility clinic. Stephenson provides a brief overview of ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Diary
15
Diary
49
Diary
74
Diary
127
Diary
169
Diary
189
Epilogue
225
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About the author (1992)

Lynda Rutledge Stephenson is a freelance journalist who has contributed to the "Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Houston Post, Women's World" magazine, and "Midwest Living." She is also a professional writer who has collaborated on more than 14 books, including "Give Us A Child" and "StarLIFE," A native Texan, Lynda lives with her husband in San Diego.

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