When Hope is Lost

8 thoughts on “When Hope is Lost”

  1. I really wish the best for you and Mark. I am so sorry that getting pregnant has not been successful thus far.

    I, myself, have endometriosis. I was diagnosed at 20 years old. I knew that my chances of conceiving, when I was ready to start a family, would be a challenge. A few years later I was diagnosed with PCOS, as well. My chances of conceiving now are slim to none. I am 37 years old, have given up any expectations, and I finally accepted the fact that it most likely will not happen. I understand how frustrating and devastating it can be.

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    1. Thanks so much. I have been thinking of you as well, and keeping up on your blog. I have so much I wanted to say to you, but words have been hard for a while. Please just know that I’m thinking of you often.

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