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17: Living the Unexpectedly Childfree Life After Infertility with Kati Seppi

Kati Seppi is the supercharged founder of Chasing Creation. In today's episode we tackle the big topics –  Designing a childfree life, strengthening relationships after infertility. Katy grew up Mormon in Utah, and lives in Utah today with her husband, and she calls herself “unexpectedly childfree after infertility".  We speak about her journey to infertility …

Season 2 Episode 16: They Wanna be Free, Gay and Happy (and Childfree)

Welcome to Season 2 of the unRipe podcast. In season 2, I’m changing up the format a bit, and I’ll be bringing you rich, diverse stories from both women and men, same sex couples, married, single, defacto, psychologists and natural therapists, alternative practitioners, authors, bloggers, travellers, politicians, musicians and the full gamut of childless and …

16: Are gay couples opting out and choosing to be childfree? I ask Holly and May

Welcome to Season 2 of the unRipe podcast.  In season 2, I’m changing up the format a bit, and I’ll be bringing you rich, diverse stories from both women and men, same sex couples, married, single, defacto, psychologists and natural therapists, alternative practitioners, authors, bloggers, travellers, politicians, musicians and the full gamut of childless and …

Episode 15: 1 in 9 Women – So Why Don’t We Have a Cure Yet?

Recently, Lena Dunham wrote a follow up article for Harpers Magazine about the two years since her hysterectomy after an endometriosis diagnosis. Mina and I discuss about the importance of talking about endo and normalising the conversation. We learn that period pain may be common, but it’s not normal. We also speak to Naturopath and …

Episode 14 – Four Childless Women Walk Into a Bar…

  Four Childless Women Walk Into a Bar… Actually, we’re at my house, which can sometimes look like a bar. And all four of us are childless. Ranging from 34 to 51, we’re all at different stages of our childless journeys. and we all come from very different backgrounds culturally. Obviously you know my Italian …