Momxiety Club
Momxiety Club
Oct 29, 2020
Infertility, Social Media, and the Importance of Support: An Interview with Sydney Maisel-Straitman
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Sydney Maisel-Straitman chats about her experiences with infertility, parenting after fertility struggles, the importance of therapy and having a community, and social media and parenthood.

Did you enjoy listening to Sydney sharing her wisdom and encouragement as much as I did? Knowing that she shared so openly and honestly through her journey was a big inspiration for me and really helped give me that boost of courage to start the Momxiety Club.

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