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Cloudy:
I have been trying to compile a set of links that people may find helpful in regards to childlessness/moving on.

I have found quite a few, but if you find anymore that you think would be useful please feel free to add them. This can include links to websites, blogs, books, podcasts or documentaries etc :) If you would rather I added the link for you that is not a problem: please send me a PM and I will add the details.

Also it’s worth noting that a lot of the links themselves contain links and resources to other places.

Thank you

Cloudy - FF Moderator

(P.s. I have tried to include a piece of the “about us” blurb from the different sites to help you identify the tone of the resource)

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Cloudy:
https://worldchildlessweek.net/
“World Childless Week aims to raise awareness of the childless not by choice (cnbc) community. To help the cnbc find support groups that understand their grief and can help them move forwards to acceptance. It's for anyone who is childless because they have never been pregnant (for any reason), not carried full term or have suffered the sadness of a baby born sleeping. All our Champions and founder Steph, represent our audience.
16th-22nd September 2019
We are here for you through the year, we get louder in September”

Cloudy:
https://gateway-women.com/
“Whether you’re childless due to infertility or circumstance you’re in the right place. Pull up a chair. Get a cup of tea or something stronger and make yourself comfortable. Things are just about to get a whole lot easier.”

Cloudy:
https://walkinourshoes.net/
“This is a social design project that raises awareness of infertility through a unique combination of a feet selfie and story telling. All stories featured are real. We welcome your words.”

Cloudy:
http://marriedandchildless.com/
“We are a married couple in our 50’s who have travelled the infertility journey, it was not a success for us,  it was tough, but we made it through.  What we did realise was the value of the shared experience and this is our way of giving back to those that feel alone on this journey or looking for some hope.
Our blog will be raw and at times quite sad, but what we want you to see is there is life after one of the hardest things we have ever done.”

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