Navigating the Road of Infertility

By Chrissie Lee Kahan, Aaron Michael Kahan

General non-fiction, Biography & memoir, Health & well-being | Paperback, eBook


Excited, determined, hopeful, disappointed, frustrated, sad, shocked, and numb—this is the cycle of emotions each couple goes through every month without conception. Every doctor appointment, procedure, and letdown, this is the emotional cycle that would repeat. Each couple who is forced off the highway of planned pregnancy to be shoved onto the lonely exit ramp to infertility road sadly knows this cycle all too well.



Chrissie Kahan was born in Towson, MD. in 1980. From the beginning she was a fighter, making it as a premature miracle when doctors said that she would not live. She grew up surrounded by educators through her mother and stepfather, continuing in their footsteps by becoming a teacher in 2003. She taught second, fourth, sixth and seventh grades before becoming an assistant principal at age 29. Chrissie has always had a heart for children, especially advocating for kids who have been labeled as "behavior problems." Chrissie continued that advocacy becoming an IEP chair within her assistant principal position where she facilitates the development of IEP's for students with disabilities. She has her Master's Degree in Leadership and a Special Education certification. Her first book focuses on the journey she and her husband have been on to try to conceive throughout the past four years. Being an educator, and someone who believes in achieving their goals, Chrissie was never prepared for the bumpy road she would be thrust on with infertility. The book chronicles her surgery from a uterine fibroid tumor, her husband's surgery, a failed attempt to foster to adopt two girls with disabilities and the process of In Vitro Fertilization. If you want to glimpse into the real world of foster care and infertility, this book gives you an accurate, heartfelt, comical depiction from both the male and female perspective.


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Chrissie Kahan was born in Towson, MD. in 1980. From the beginning she was a fighter, making it as a premature miracle when doctors said that she would not live. She grew up surrounded by educators through her mother and stepfather, continuing in their footsteps by becoming a teacher in 2003. She taught second, fourth, sixth and seventh grades before becoming an assistant principal at age 29. Chri...


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