This is a conversation for anyone whose dream of becoming a parent hasn’t come to fruition in the “traditional” way. Whether you’ve faced the pleasantries of infertility, required a surrogate, given the gift of adoption, are navigating this journey without a partner, or accidentally got knocked up by some random one night stand; there is no right way anyone is “supposed to” become a parent.
The reality is, for a lot of us, becoming a parent isn’t an easy road. Heather’s road to becoming a mother has been an extremely windy, uphill, sweaty, bloody, emotionally and physically draining one. These are her real experiences, raw and uncut. And if you can relate to any of it, heal from it, or laugh at it – then it’s a success. Heather Shurina, a Mom and co-owner of the most popular barbershop in town, Mister Grooming and Goods, tells of all the wild wonderful pleasantries of infertility.
” The more we have these conversations, the more these conversations can be had.” ~ Alison Jaye
1 comment on “Heather Shurina, If At First You Don’t Conceive, Cry, Cry, Cry again! My Infertility Journey”
I have thought of IVF and treatments, and was scared to try it, I know that it is hard and a lot to go through. Listening to you makes me want to rethink. Hearing you now have two babies after going through it. Iris