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October 20, 2020 1 min read

This is the third interview of my Taking Control Series which has been developed to give you lots of ways you can start to feel more in control, whatever your journey looks like.

This episode features the lovely Mel Johnson, the UK’s first and only Social Infertility Coach and founder of The Stork and I. She supports women from around the world who want to have a baby but are not in a relationship.

In this interview Mel talks about making the decision to become a solo mum, how she found the process and advice for if you are considering become a solo mum yourself.

The taking control series has been developed to give you lots of ways you can start to feel more in control, whatever your journey looks like.

I've been recording interviews with some amazing people working in the Fertility industry to get some insight and advice on how you can take back control of your Fertility journey and your life, whatever your situation, and I will be continuing to share them over the next few weeks.



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