Drug Rehab Resources

We recommend these resources to all of our members coping with substance abuse. The loss of a baby takes an enormous toll on the family, especially the mother. Often times, the grief and stress can lead to substance abuse. We are working to bring awareness to this issue and to be a resources for families […]

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The Pornification of Sex-Ed

As Quebec and Ontario grapple with the formation of their sex education curricula, some activists have noticed how pornography has permeated culture—including sex-ed. Culture Reframed, a free online parent program, seeks to build resilience and resistance in children and adolescents to hypersexualized media and porn. DEBORAH RANKIN April 11, 2019 From: https://www.convivium.ca/articles/the-pornification-of-sex-ed

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Popping Pills

Birth control pills have side effects — they should be prescribed less, not made available over the counter By Andrea Mrozek, Citizen Special September 6, 2010 Welcome to the world of Do It Yourself Doctoring. Recent reports indicate that the birth control pill may become available in the United States without a prescription. Proponents will […]

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A New Stolen Generation

While many adults applaud the new reproductive technologies, many children conceived by these means are far from thrilled with them. Many are left not knowing who their actual mother or father is. And many go though lifelong agony and grief as a result. They have become the new ‘stolen generation,’ deprived of the most important […]

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Egg Donors Project

Women undergoing egg retrieval undertake real yet poorly studied health risks. To retrieve her eggs, a woman first takes one set of powerful synthetic hormones to shut down her ovaries, then another to hyperstimulate them to induce a yield of eggs many times the normal number. Whether this is done as part of her own […]

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Teens In The Dark About Their Reproductive Health

From “Infertility Knowledge and Attitudes in Urban High School Students” by.1 Clifford Librach and Susan Quach Adapted by Naomi Louder for Creating Families (Fall 2009) — Where infertility is concerned, we usually think of the reproductive-age couples affected, and we focus on the treatments that are available rather than on prevention. Several common causes of […]

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National Infertility Awareness Week, May 15-21, 2011

Infertility has dramatically increased in recent years. Today, one in six couples experiences fertility problems. Previously, only one in ten couples was affected. Those dealing with infertility or suffering reproductive loss know that it can bring much heartache and grief. In addition, infertility is a major life stressor which can lead to depression. Of the […]

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