When Empty Arms Become Heavy Become a Heavy Burden
1. Not Right or Wrong, Just Different: Men and Women Handling Crisis 2. Can We Strengthen Our Love Life During Infertility? 3. Can We Keep Our Romance Alive During Infertility? 4. Good Grief! Why Do I Feel Like I'm Going...
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1. Not Right or Wrong, Just Different: Men and Women Handling Crisis 2. Can We Strengthen Our Love Life During Infertility? 3. Can We Keep Our Romance Alive During Infertility? 4. Good Grief! Why Do I Feel Like I'm Going Crazy? 5. When Everyone Says The Wrong Thing 6. Dealing With The Third Party In Your Love Life: The Physician 7. What Do We Do With Our Anger? 8. Am I Infertile Because I Did Something Wrong? 9. Why, Lord? 10. Infertility: Does The Bible Really Say That? 11. The Moral Maze Of High-Tech Treatment 12. A Blind Date With Conception 13. More On Third Party Reproduction: Egg Donation 14. When the Cradle Is Empty: Pregnancy Loss 15. Execution Or Empathy? For Those Who Parent 16. When Resolution Doesn't Mean Conception 241 Pages
A Christian guide to the practical, moral, marital, and spiritual challenges of infertility. This book brings solid facts, detailed information, and a message of encouragement to infertile couples, and those who work with them, along with answers to the questions they ask most often, including these: - Should we consider high-tech fertility treatments? - What about donor insemination? Donor eggs? - How do we respond to nosy friends and relatives? - How can we keep our sex life healthy? - If we adopt, will it increase our chances of getting pregnant? - Where can we go for the best advice? - How can God allow this to happen? Whatever God has in store for you, When Empty Arms Become a Heavy Burden will help you face the future with faith and confidence.
Infertility problems typically cause stress, sexual difficulties, marital discord, and a distrubing uncertainty about the future. This book focuses on building an attitude of hope and optimism.
William R. Cutrer (M.D., University of Kentucky) is a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics. A licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility for more than fifteen years, he also holds a graduate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister. Currently he is the Gheens Professor of Christian Ministry at The Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage; Lethal Harvest; Deadly Cure and The Church Leader's Handbook: A Guide to Counseling Families and Individuals in Crisis along with a number of other books.
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Sandra Glahn, ThM, is adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, her alma mater. She is the coauthor of eight books, including the CBA bestseller and Christy Award finalist, Lethal Harvest. She is also editor-in-chief of the award-winning magazine Kindred Spirit. Glahn is currently pursuing a PhD in aesthetic studies at the University of Texas at Dallas. She serves on the board of the Dallas Christian Medical/Dental Associations and the advisory board of Hannah's Prayer.