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  1. says:

    I was torn on how to rate this book First let me say that I have not read the other side of the story written by the genetic mother Shannon Morell but I would like to now Let me start with the good things about this book The writing was pretty good and most of the time it held my interest though I do think it could have been shortened The story is worth hearing The Savages were brutally honest about their emotions and I applaud th

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    Wow I thought I knew the story after reading Misconception told from the point of the view of Shannon Morrell whose frozen embryos were implant

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    I'm having difficulty with this review How much do I write about the book and its merits as literature and how m

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    An oddly unaffecting story about an avoidable medical errorThe IVF clinic where the Savages were being treated accidentally implanted another family's embryo and Carolyn Savage got pregnant From the beginning she

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    A honest read about the mixed up embryo story; after reading Misconception I felt really disturbed because I really disliked the woman

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    An unbelievable story about a woman who was implanted with another couple's embryos Because of their religious beliefs they made the difficult decision to give birth to the baby and then gave the baby to the gene

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    I cannot stomach this dull memoir Perhaps a ghost writer would have helped? Carolyn Savage comes off sounding whinny and self absorbed You know those memoirs where you almost hope something awful will happen to the main characternarrator to actually give her something to whine about? Yes this was one of those My impression of this book We are Catholic We want to have lots of Catholic children but only have three whine w

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    The IVF mistake was simply stated Carolyn Savage was pregnant with someone else's embryos She and her husband Sean were forced to make a seemingly inconceivable choice Either terminate the pregnancy sue for custody or deliver the baby

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    Why in the world would I read a book like this? Did I want to read about this couple's strength in an unbelievable situation? I don't know but just looking at the photos in this book made me cry After spending years and years trying to expand their family Sean and Carolyn Savage turned to IVF Desperate for just one child they undergo an em

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    I went to a discussion with the authors and I can't wait to read this book I was very impressed with this couple and am glad they are sharing their storyThe best way to describe this book is honest At times I would like to think I would handle things differently than Carolyn did but really who knows? Hopefully no one else will have to go through a similar situation Book was a uick read and written from each of their perspectives They are

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characters ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¸ Carolyn Savage

Ed the wrong embryos Carolyn was pregnant with someone else’s babyThe Savages faced a series of heartbreaking decisions terminate the pregnancy sue for custody or hand over the infant to his genetic parents upon delivery Knowing that Carolyn was carrying another couple’s hope for a baby the Savages wanted to do what they prayed the other family would do for them if the situation was reversed Sean and Carolyn Savage decided to give the ultimate gift the gift of life to a family they didn’t know no strings attachedInconceivable provides an inside look at how modern medicine which creates miracles daily could all. A honest read about the mixed up embryo story after reading Misconception I felt really disturbed because I really disliked the woman after reading it She was self absorbed and her personality just bugged me All she could say was how badly she was suffering The whole time I kept telling myself Consider how Carolyn Savage felt you egotistical self absorbed woman Perhaps this is why I ran to get Inconcievable as soon as I heard it was outInconcievable told the story of Carolyn Savage the lady who choose to carry the baby after learning he was not hers She tod her story with grace and honesty and even as I wanted to cry for her she didn t write with self pity I read of her expereince and her doubts fearsand pain and I felt for her I wanted things to work out so she could have kept Logan Her willingness to place her baby and I think he is in fact just as much hers as he is Shannon Morel s amazed me Her choices were painful and yet she kept her promise to give him to his genetic parents Her story was upifting and made me really respect and admire her I could not have done what she did and knowing that she had to turn the baby over to that troll sorry I am just disgusted with SM I just saw an interview with her and it rubbed me the wrong way bothered me alotI found myself hoping that the Savages have blessings to make up for their terrible lossand that the Morrells let them see LoganThe religious aspect didn t bother me thugh it provoked a lot of consideration on the Church s view on reproduction which I believe is outdated and cruel I think that God gace us science and reproductive assistance is part of that science To judge Carolyn for bringing children into a strong family with a loving core and faith cannot be considered wrong nor could telling others wh do not wish to be parents to practive birth control If anything this judgement sheds of a light n the hypocrisy of the Church itself not those who wish to expand their families again not to continue to preach but the doctrines in some cases are sillyOverall a real tear jerker that will appeal to mothers especially those who have experienced infertility It doesn t have the happy ending I would have liked hearing they got another baby from the surrogate etc but it sure did make me think to myself These are good people I would have liked to know them

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Ow such a tragic mistake and the many legal ramifications that ensued with both the genetic family and the clinic Chronicling their tumultuous pregnancy and its aftermath which tested the Savage’s faith their relationship to their church and their marriage Inconceivable is ultimately a testament to love Carolyn and Sean loved this baby making it impossible for them to imagine how they could give him life and then give him awayIn the end Inconceivable is a story of what it is to be a parent someone who nurtures a life protects a soul only to release that child into the world long before you’re ready to let him go. I cannot stomach this dull memoir Perhaps a ghost writer would have helped Carolyn Savage comes off sounding whinny and self absorbed You know those memoirs where you almost hope something awful will happen to the main characternarrator to actually give her something to whine about Yes this was one of those My impression of this book We are Catholic We want to have lots of Catholic children but only have three whine whine whine IVF is expensive and against Catholic beliefs whine whine whine Pregnancy is painful and difficult for me and at the end of it I don t even get to keep the baby whine whine whine While the Savage family find themselves in a very difficult situation I found that I couldn t sympathize I tried but they didn t make me care about them or their situation As a writer you need to make your audience care and they failed at this

characters ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¸ Carolyn Savage

A medical mistake during an IVF procedure An unthinkable situation you’re pregnant with the wrong baby You can terminate but you can’t keep him What choice would you makeCarolyn and Sean Savage had been trying to expand their family for years When they underwent an IVF transfer in February 2009 they knew it would be their last chance If they became pregnant they would celebrate the baby as an answer to their prayers If not they would be grateful for the family they had and leave their fertility struggles behind foreverThey never imagined a third option The pregnancy test was positive but the clinic had transferr. Wow I thought I knew the story after reading Misconception told from the point of the view of Shannon Morrell whose frozen embryos were implanted in Carolyn Savage s womb due to an unbelievable medical mishap But like they say there are two sides to every story at least and this story would be hollow had the Savages not shared their point of view I admired their values that led to them making the right choice even when it meant emotional heartache oh what heartache and isolation not to mention the physical risk it put on Carolyn to carry a child yes they were willing to endure for their own child but to do it for complete strangers that is integrity This is a well told story honest and forthright as well as compelling I finished the whole thing in less than 24 hours and well written I appreciated the insights into how to be a good human being while still being real about it It s uite tempting to compare which couple in this mix up had it harder but the I think the public could take a cue of the Savages empathy and compassion check out this insight from Sean Savage on page 258 So many people suffer devastating losses and it seemed wrong to compare what Carolyn and I were going through to anyone else Each is powerful in its own rightThis is such a hard principle to implement and while the Savages may not be perfect at it who is I think they are definitely leading the pack I still feel for the Morells and am glad I read their book but I m even grateful to hear the Savages story and wish them the best as they continue to heal This story was fascinating and gave me a lot to think about