The One Where I Talk About IVF …

So I haven’t always told the entire story about my reasons for running, and I feel like now is the right time to talk about it. I’ve written a piece for today’s Guardian Running Blog explaining why my running journey started.

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8 thoughts on “The One Where I Talk About IVF …

  1. Loved this post… thank you for raising Epilepsy Awareness! I love each time my hubby runs a marathon for me 🙂 You runners amaze us all! 🙂

  2. Carol says:

    I just read your article in the guardian and felt compelled to comment. Running has kept me sane and helped me feel like I was still in control during 4 years of trying and 4 punishing rounds of IVF- thank you for your honesty. It isn’t often you read such candid articles about the ivf experience and it meant something to read one that mirrored my own!

    • gregoryhelen says:

      Thanks for your comments. I’m working on a new blog where I will speak very candidly about IVF – the highs and the lows, so keep a look out. I do hope you’re in a good place now. x

  3. Debby says:

    2:21 for someone who hadn’t been running long is pretty good for a half – you should be proud of yourself! (I’m still aiming for something that good.)
    Good luck with the IVF
    Best wishes for the running too.

  4. redlizzie says:

    My friend mailed me a link to your Guardian article and I felt compelled to say I too have just discovered running but to help me heal from depression. One day I just had to escape and ran. I haven’t looked back and now enjoy it and find that I heal with each step. Thanks.

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