‘I am more than my procreative capacity’

“It’s a common feeling that many of us have when we get older. You think you know the life you’re going to have – and then your body tells a different story,” says author N. Moss West.

In her memoir “Flesh & Blood: Reflections on Infertility, Family, and Creating a Bountiful Life,” West shares her experiences with pregnancy loss and the public and private grief of infertility.

Salon spoke to her recently about why she thinks unsolicited advice is “an act of aggression” and how the real story of her book is “about love.” Read the interview at Salon.com.

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