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Book A Donor Insemination Guide Description/Summary:
Shares the experiences of other lesbian women who have successfully conceived using donor insemination. Reveals everything the doctors don't tell you about the practical details and emotional aspects of this intimate process.
Helping the Stork The sourcebook for all the information parents-to-be need to know about the choices and challenges of donor insemination Each year donor insemination (DI) offers a pathway to parenthood for the hundreds of thousands who turn to family-building alternatives. Although DI is considered as often as adoption, couples facing male infertility, as well as single women and lesbian couples, have had few places to turn for information about this method, which has been shrouded in secrecy. In Helping the Stork, parents-to-be, as well as friends and family, doctors, and counselors, can explore the choices and challenges raised by this alternative to overcoming childlessness. This comprehensive handbook moves through each step of the process: reaching a solid decision about whether donor insemination is the best choice for a family's future; handling the difficult issue of privacy; selecting a donor and getting started; and learning to thrive as a family meeting DI's added challenges. Full of wisdom from medical and mental health experts, Helping the Stork is also enriched with stories from many families who share their insights and experiences. This book is a reassuring, supportive, and helpful guide that no one considering or going through the process of donor insemination should be without. Visit us online at http://www.mcp.com/mgr
Book A Donor Insemination Guide Description/Summary:
Conceiving a child together is an act of love. But when doctors, medical staff, sperm banks, donors and a deep-freeze get in on the act, it can become stressful. A DONOR INSEMINATION GUIDE smoothes the way by sharing the experiences of other lesbian women who have successfully conceived using donor insemination, revealing what many doctors don't tell you about the practical details and emotional aspects of this intimate process, including: the pros and cons of known and unknown donors, donor methods, emotional effects on the relationship and legal and medical advice.
The Gift of a Child is an easy-to-read book that gives clear and non-technical information about childlessness caused by male infertility and how this childlessness can be resolved through the use of donor insemination (DI). The book is written in a question-and-answer form and covers the issues raised by those seeking or undergoing DI treatment. It draws on the experience of couples whose own children were conceived by donor insemination and makes the knowledge gained by their experiences available to other childless couples. The questions answered include: What is DI? How common is DI treatment? How successful is DI? How much does DI cost? What happens at the time of treatment? Who is responsible if the baby is handicapped at birth? Does keeping DI hidden cause any problems? How do family and friends react when told about DI? What rights does the child have concerning knowledge of DI? Will the same donor be used for a second baby? Does the donor have any legal rights concerning the child? How many times is a donor used? What records are kept of treatment?
Book Family Law for Paralegals Description/Summary:
The Eighth Edition of Family Law for Paralegals continues to provide complete coverage of traditional family law topics with historical context and dynamic cutting-edge issues—such as non-marital families, child abuse and neglect, and same-sex marriage. J. Shoshanna Ehrlich’s balanced approach prepares students to handle the work of a paralegal through examples, assignments, and sample forms that mirror legal practice. New to the Eighth Edition: Meticulously updated with new cases and developments in the law throughout the book, including new material on: Marriage (Ch. 1) includes new sections on: The retroactive application of Obergefell v. Hodges to backdate marriages of same-sex couple to when they would have married had it been allowed The debate over whether merchants can refuse to provide wedding-related services and goods to same-sex couples based on religious objections Whether the marriage consent age should be raised to protect minors from being forced into marriage against their will. Domestic Violence (Ch. 3) now covers: The use of electronic monitoring in domestic violence cases The possibility of allowing minors who are being forced into marriage to obtain civil orders of protection. Employer-initiated restraining orders Children coverage expanded to include: In Chapter 5, new sections on the appointment of attorneys to represent children in contested custody disputes and considerations of parental disability in best interest determinations In Chapter 11, new section on same-sex couples and the establishment of legal parenthood In Chapter 12, consideration of the emergence of medical child abuse and forced marriage as new categories of harm; expanded definitions of abuse and neglect, including medical child abuse and forced child marriage; and new section on “legal orphans” and the reinstatement of parental rights. Economic Issues updated with: New section in Chapter 6 on the due process rights of low-income parents in civil contempt cases for non-payment of child support. Chapter 7 expanded to include the backlash against “permanent” spousal support awards and the tax treatment of spousal support payments. Coverage of virtual assets in Chapter 8 Professors and students will benefit from: Helpful real-life examples and sample forms Clear pedagogy—including summaries, key terms, and review and discussion questions—helps students better understand the material and develop their critical thinking and writing skills. Included cases edited for analysis at the end of each chapter. Classroom-tested, successful text that is authoritative and well-structured. A variety of assignments for practicing lawyering skills, such as research, analysis, memo writing, and argumentation Up-to-date coverage of all the key topics in family law.
The psychology of donor insemination presents both problems and solutions. In the world of alternative means of conception, donor insemination is the parent procedure, the most available, successful and egalitarian. Breaking the bonds of silence and ending secrecy is necessary, the authors believe, to address the inherent psyhchological problems. As the world continues headlong down the road of high-tech procedures and methodologies, there is a need to maintain a strong sense of importance of the human element and historical, genetic connections.
Book Building a Family with the Assistance of Donor Insemination Description/Summary:
This book has been written for parents who have used donor insemination to build their families and also for those considering whether the donor insemination option is the right option for them. The parents who share their stories in this book tell of the range of thoughts and feelings that they experienced from the time they discovered they needed help to build their families. They discuss the issues they faced concerning the decision to be open and honest with their children and how they talked with them. Here Ken Daniels combines parents' expectations with his and others' research and thinking. The result is a book that will contribute to the health and well-being of families that have been built with the assistance of donor insemination.
Book Social Values and Attitudes Surrounding New Reproductive Technologies Description/Summary:
From the beginning, the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies was committed to learning about and understanding the social values and attitudes of Canadians. Commissioners felt that these values and attitudes, which are not static but evolve over time, provide a vital context for decision making about the technologies and must be considered in recommendations of policy in this area.