Welcome to National Fertility Awareness Week 2015 and Monday’s episode. To help raise awareness of the week, I’m releasing a podcast every day starting with Carmen in Mexico.. now you might ask why I’ve chosen to leave the UK on day 1, but I want to highlight how there are people all over the world going through a similar struggle to start a family, as you might have found yourself going through.  Carmen found peace in her painting and later her story books which she has kindly donated as a giveaway. Scroll down to find out how you could get copies of her books.


 Carmen Martinez Jover

Carmen Martinez Jover

About my Guest:
Carmen is a fertility coach, regression therapist, infertility writer and painter now based in Mexico City.  During her infertility years she painted her emotions, which without realising was a therapy for her.  This lead her to help people who, like her, had difficulty conceiving a child.  She became Director of the Mexican Infertility Association (AMI) and publish her autobiography ‘I want to have a child, whatever it takes‘ and 6 stories for children on all the different forms of conception (egg donation, sperm donation, surrogacy, two dads, single mums etc), which her sister Rosemary, illustrated.  Carmen has given lectures in India, Turkey, Spain, Chile, Brazil, USA & Mexico.  Two years ago she helped form, RED TRAscender a network of Latin American support groups.

In this podcast you will learn: 
  • The perception of infertility in Mexico
  • Using art as therapy
  • Dealing with loss
  • Considering adoption

Follow Carmen on twitter: @CarmenMJover

If you would like a copy of Carmen’s books email info@thefertilitypodcast.com to be entered into a prize draw.


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