Hope and Help For Those Struggling With Infertility When the professional advice isn't enough, and you've had your fill of well-meaning comments from those who haven't experienced infertility, Marlo Schalesky wants you to know you are not alone. The true stories she tells of couples who share your hopes, fears, frustrations, and the comfort only God can bring will encourage your heart. Infertility strikes at the core of what it means to be a woman or man, tests marriages, and shakes faith. The honest, open, and emotionally resonant first-person stories in Empty Womb, Aching Heart will touch your life--as you qcry in the diaper aisle, q wonder if you qare less of a woman, q ask qHow far should we go?q or whisper to God, qIt's not fair.qMichael, age 36 I gripped the steering wheel, clenched my teeth, and turned the ignition key in my Ford F150. Sput, sput, vroooom. ... And right now, after hours of being up to my elbows in grease and machinery, I felt like I could fix anything. I sauntered into the ... be repaired today. There was the bathroom faucet, the loose leg on the dining room chair, and that squeaky brake on Shannona#39;s mountain bike.
|Title||:||Empty Womb, Aching Heart|
|Publisher||:||Bethany House - 2001-05-01|