What is SurrogacyA surrogate is a woman who carries a baby for a couple who cannot have a child of their own.
- Surrogacy is an option for women who cannot bear children due to infertility or other health issues and may otherwise remain childless.
- Surrogate bears a child, either her own or another couple's, with the intention of giving the child to someone else to raise.
- When infertility or inability to become pregnant through natural or artificial means is preventing a couple from bearing a child, surrogacy is an option to get a child.
- When women are paid to carry and deliver babies for people who can not or don't want to conceive them biologically.
- Surrogacy is an options for the childless couples who has a history of a series of failed attempts to conceive. Some thinks surrogacy is faster and more dependa....
Older people feel that their health problems pose a challenge to their sense of independence, dignity and identity and sometimes the healthcare they are given makes things worse.
According to research funded by UK Research Councils' New Dynamics of Ageing programme (NDA), healthcare providers must avoid taking a 'blanket view' of how to help older people cope with the ageing process.
The study carried out by Dr Liz Lloyd and her colleagues found that people were often surprised by the impact that illness and growing old had on their lives. Their sense of 'self' was affected by the limitations imposed by their age and illnesses. "Growing old and coming to terms with illnesses is complex and demanding at times - physically, mentally and emotionally," Dr Lloyd said. "When health goes, it can come as quite a shock."
The research shows that older people work hard at maintaining thei....
by Marguerite Simon
Couples who live together will almost certainly fight over a number of issues during their time together. Fighting during a marriage doesn't necessarily mean that there's something wrong with you, since all married couples do it. You never want to keep your true feelings to yourself though, as they would keep building up inside and lead to issues in the future unless they're addressed.
Although fighting can be beneficial, you need to pay attention to the type of fighting that you're doing. Don't fight dirty with your partner. If you don't know what fighting fair means, then it's vital that you continue reading.
Whenever you're arguing with your spouse, you need to be careful of what comes out of your mouth. Calling your partner names, being sarcastic, or passive-aggressive won't do anything to solve the problems. If you make the mistake of doing t....
Communicating with our children can be a difficult task at times. We feel like they're not listening to us; they feel like we're not listening to them. Good listening and communications skills are essential to successful parenting. Your child's feelings, views and opinions have worth, and you should make sure you take the time to sit down and listen openly and discuss them honestly.
It seems to be a natural tendency to react rather than to respond. We pass judgment based on our own feelings and experiences. However, responding means being receptive to our child's feelings and emotions and allowing them to express themselves openly and honestly without fear of repercussion from us. By reacting, we send our child the message that their feelings and opinions are invalid. But by responding and asking questions about why the child feels that way, it opens a dialo....
By Linda N. Aliogo
You have met the love of your life and the wedding bells are just around the corner. You are excited and busy making arrangement for your wedding. Friends and family are around to give a helping hand. The date is already fixed, the gown is ready and you are ready counting down to the D-day. But wait a moment! Have you really researched on MARRIAGE? Have you asked questions and did you really get genuine answers? Do you have role models in the marriage institution? Why did you choose them as role models and what have you learnt from them? What is your dream about marriage and how do you plan to achieve them?
So before taking that plunge, there are certain things you must know, that is if you have not yet researched. Marriage is the union of a man and a woman to become husband and wife. Marriage is a union most parents if not all look forward to for their children. It is the wish of every parent to see their children happily married. If ....
By Diane Adkins
A midlife divorce can be the most difficult season of life you've ever encountered. Often a woman is confronted with challenges on all fronts, facing financial troubles, loneliness, and a loss of the moorings that have kept her stabilized for years. Divorce recovery requires a new way of looking at just about everything. Here are some ideas for establishing that new attitude and getting on with your life.
First, it's been said that all healing begins with forgiveness. 'But he doesn't deserve forgiveness!' you may think. And you'd probably be right. The main point of forgiveness, though, is to set yourself free, not to let the guilty party off the hook. You're not saying it's OK that he hurt you. You're saying, "I choose not to live with the feelings of bitterness associated with unforgiveness."
When you hold on to the hurt feelings, you're hur....
By: Cucan Pemo
Maybe you've been dating for a while and you just need to spice things up a bit. Every relationship needs a boost every now and then, but not everyone knows just how to do this so that both partners are happy again. Some relationships die because the partners believe that there is no way to revitalize their relationship - but that's incorrect thinking. There are plenty of ways to put the spark back into your relationship.
#1 Try something different
It's seems a little simple, but trying something different in your relationship is the best way to overcome a 'boring' time and start anew. Try a new activity or go on a vacation together. Talk with each other and find out what you've always wanted to do - and then do it. Take a class together or try a new restaurant. It doesn't have to be complicated.
#2 Take time away
Go off and try your own activi....
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