Religion, Infertility, & Humor (Really?)

Do you ever feel awkward around people who you feel you have nothing in common with? Now that I’ve lived in the southern part of the U.S. for more than a decade, I’ve felt a little less weird about it. But having lived in New York– the suburbs and then the city– my entire life, it was quite an adjustment when we first moved here. I remember when we first arrived, it felt like all of the conversations included church, everybody owned a gun, and my husband and I were the only ones who cursed. So here I am, 10+ years later, I’m still me, but the conversations around me startle me a little bit less.  Enter Sarah’s Laughter.

Sarah’s Laughter is a non-profit faith-based infertility+ support organization. Does this look like some place that would want anything to do with me? Turns out, they’ve been around a long time just loving, helping, supporting, & yes, praying for people dealing with infertility & related ordeals. I did a podcast interview on their site. Maybe it’s just me, but despite the name of the organization, religion & humor doesn’t sound like peanut butter & jelly or fish & chips. I was scared to death. Would I be asked “religious” questions? Would I be able to get through it without uttering a profanity? What if I said something that isn’t a profanity to me, but it is to them? I was bound to let something slip in vain. All in all… Come have a listen@

And if you would like to purchase my book (not riddled with profanity, but certainly containing a few more than in the podcast) Available on Amazon, Kobo, & Nook.  Comments by renowned fertility professionals inside.

Laughing IS Conceivable: One Woman’s Extremely Funny Peek into the Extremely Unfunny World of Infertility



2 thoughts on “Religion, Infertility, & Humor (Really?)

  1. Congrats on the book and in the podcast! I will definitely have a listen when I have a quiet moment. But what a great organization Sarah’s Laughter sounds like, given support where it is much needed!

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