The stress that results from infertility is comparable to
the stress from other major medical issues. Jan and Dan’s philosophy
is that infertility, while grueling and filled with disappointments,
can be an opportunity for personal growth and a strengthening
of your relationship. — From the Foreword
— Dr. Jennifer Thie, Reproductive Endocrinologist
This could be my infertility story. The emptiness I
feel daily is expressed on almost every page. Infertility’s Anguish
is a must read for those seeking to understand and validate their
feelings of great loss that come with unresolved infertility.
An excellent resource for your concerned extended family.
— Kathie Steinhard, An Infertility Traveler
Over ten percent of women between the ages of twenty-five
and forty-four will encounter infertility issues. (U.S. CDC report)
One of the best indicators of clinical success is the empathy
of the clinician. Although not trained as clinical psychologists,
the Davises have loads of empathy for the plight of the infertile.
The insights expressed in Infertility's Anguish can help you move
past the pain and into action and acceptance.
— Michael E. Young, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology,
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Infertility's Anguish helps couples to face and cope with
the emotional issues of infertility. It can improve communication
between a husband and wife, allowing them to deal with infertility's
challenges as a more cohesive unit than before.
— Printha Merritt, Facilitator of Silent Angels, a church sponsored
infertility support group
For those who know the sadness and hopelessness couples experience
with infertility, Jan & Dan's book Infertility's Anguish offers,
with compassion, love, and understanding, a ray of hope at the
end of a dark tunnel.
— Ciro J. Rustici, Doctor of Chiropractic, Independence, Missouri