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Confronted by her approaching fortieth birthday with no prospective partner in sight, Sarah Kowalski decides to have a baby alone, first hoping she can use donor sperm donation, but eventually coming to terms with the fact that it's too late to use her own eggs. Facing a diagnosis of infertility, she grapples with what it means-emotionally and spiritually-to bring a child into the world via sperm and egg donation-and settles on her profound desire to be pregnant and bring a child into this world, regardless of the baby's genetic origins.

Produktbeschreibung
Confronted by her approaching fortieth birthday with no prospective partner in sight, Sarah Kowalski decides to have a baby alone, first hoping she can use donor sperm donation, but eventually coming to terms with the fact that it's too late to use her own eggs. Facing a diagnosis of infertility, she grapples with what it means-emotionally and spiritually-to bring a child into the world via sperm and egg donation-and settles on her profound desire to be pregnant and bring a child into this world, regardless of the baby's genetic origins.
Autorenporträt
Sarah Kowalski, Esq., is a fertility doula, family building coach, postpartum doula, and author, as well as the founder of Motherhood Reimagined. She is a regular contributor to ESME.com, YourTango.com, and ChoiceMoms.org. As a single mother by choice who conceived her son via sperm and egg donors, she is a go-to guide for women who are contemplating single motherhood, having fertility issues, raising donor-conceived children, or navigating life as single mothers. Kowalski has a BA from UC Berkeley, and she graduated magna cum laude from Santa Clara University Law School in 1998. She left the practice of law to pursue her interests in alternative healing and the mind/body connection by becoming a Guild-Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, Qigong instructor, and Certified Integral Coach.