Today I was reading the current issue of O magazine. It features an monthly question and answer article by Suze Orman. A woman asked if she should undergo fertility treatment, even though they will be going into debt. Suze initally answers with her heart with yes, but then turns and tells the woman NO. That she should wait a year, maybe her and her huband get two jobs. Listing only a 40% sucess rate in woman under 35, and that maybe consider adoption since you get several take breaks. Ladies I have every intention of writting several letters to the editors of O magazine, and a letter to Suze Orman. Yes we have all gone into debt, but are we supposed to live our lives worried about money or mourning what could have been.
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