Julia’s Blog – Birthing Our Families & Our Fiercely Fertile Selves

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Infertility: The High Stakes on the Winding Road to Parenthood

This teaching story could’ve been my story. The reason it’s worth paying attention to, is  because it can help us remember what’s at stake as we  keep putting one foot in front of the other on this winding road toward a child or another deeply desired destination. It’s really a story about why we must keep […]

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Fertile Heart Baby looking at Busy Being Born Poem

She Kept Busy Being Born: A Nine Year Journey to Motherhood

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Donald Trump’s 3 Fabulous Lessons in Fertility: A Mirror of Inconvenient Truths

The man has got it all. Or shall we say, seemingly, has it all. Family, work, plenty of money. And yet this hungry-frightened-little-boy, hidden in a pompous grown man’s body, parading as our best bet for the next leader of our nation, is screaming for Mommy-Love. He is kicking up sand in the sandbox, and […]

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Fertile Heart™ Game Changer: The Question that Counts

How will your wish to give birth to a child or other creations, shape your life? It might depend on how you answer the question we sing about in this video.

Sunday, March 12, 2017
failed IVF could be the start of healing

3 (VERY) Short Plays inspired by 114 Failed Fertility Treatments of 30 Women in the 2 Recent Fertile Heart Intro Series    

It’s been a while since I was compelled to count the number of failed treatments in a group. But, I’ve noticed that the trend is moving toward higher and higher number of failed in-vitro and even egg donation cycles, so I decided to pull the numbers from the questionnaires people filled out for the last […]

Monday, February 6, 2017
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Julia’s Blog: Love is a Verb, Darlin, Love is a Verb

I used to be a feeling junkie. I kept wanting to feel good all the time.  I also thought that in order to be who I wanted to be I had to feel loving and generous at each moment, especially toward the people I was in direct relationship with. That, of course, the demand to […]


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