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Apr 20

Check out my NEW blog post at An infertility book review of Jodi Picoult’s new novel! A story about a divorced couple seeking custody over their frozen embryos. 

“One of the hidden costs of a courtroom trial is the amount of time that your real life is entirely interrupted by something you’d much rather keep secret. Maybe you’re a little ashamed; maybe you just don’t think it’s anyone’s business. You have to take personal time off work; you have to assume that everything else is on hold and this takes precedence. In this, a lawsuit is not much different than in vitro.” – Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult

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  1. Alexandra's mum says:

    It sounds like a very intriguing book. Some day, I’ll probably read it. Right now, I don’t think I can handle anything more than tongue-n-cheek, in terms of the emotionality of infertility. Despite having a child, the struggle is still with me and I still feel battered and raw. I wonder if the subject will always be a raw spot for me, or if the feelings will gradually diminish if we are able to conceive again?

    Anyway, sorry for being so introspective. Sounds like a great book, and the comparison to a court case hit a nerve with me…so apt!

  2. Jennifer says:

    I love Jodi Picoult…didn’t know of that book though. I’ll have to go pick it up! BTW, love this blog!