It takes a village, right? Here are some credible websites that provide excellent education, support, motivation, and/or direction regarding women’s health, marriage, and more. Please share this information with others!
The Hormone Genius Podcast: Led by Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and Naprotechnology Medical Consultant, Teresa Kenny, and Creighton Practitioner/Founder of Guiding Star Cedar Valley, Jamie Rathjen, The Hormone Genius Podcast is “empowering women to become the genius of their hormones and the proud owner of their feminine design.”
FactsAboutFertility: “FACTS is a group of physicians, healthcare professionals and educators working together to provide information about natural or fertility awareness based methods of family planning with the medical community.”
NaturalWomanhood: “Natural Womanhood is the most far-reaching women’s health literacy program since the Pill. We exist because many women are harmed by or at risk from the use of contraceptives, and most don’t know they have a viable alternative…a non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion of fertility charting, as a way to promote disease prevention, self-knowledge, relational intimacy, and effective family planning. Natural Womanhood helps young women and couples regardless of their income, ethnicity, or religion.”
DrSusanCaldwell.com: This website provides priceless information in a way that is easy to understand. “Dr. Susan Caldwell is a primary care physician specializing in women’s health. She is a NaProTECHNOLOGY Medical Consultant practicing in New Orleans at East Jefferson General Hospital – Lakeview Clinic.”
ByItsFruit.org: “1) to teach FertilityCare™ Practitioners and Medical Consultants how to get the word out via our blog, strategy session phone calls, private Facebook group, and online courses 2) improve access to the latest articles and research related to NaProTechnology®, Natural Family Planning, Restorative Reproductive Medicine, and Conscience in Medicine 3) help FertilityCare™ Practitioners and Medical Consultants reach more people via done-for-you marketing services.”
ManagingYourFertility.com: “a ‘one stop shop’ for individuals and couples to learn about the basics of reproductive health and the variety of NFP methods available.”
PopePaulVI.com: “The Saint Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction was founded in 1985 to answer the call for reproductive health care that fully respects life”
CreightonModel.com: The Fertility Awareness Based Method of Natural Family Planning that has a medical extension; “CrMS is the innovative system which, for the first time, networks family planning with a woman’s reproductive and gynecologic health.”
NaProTechnology.com: This is the medical extension of the CRMS. “NaProTECHNOLOGY (Natural Procreative Technology) is a new women’s health science that monitors and maintains a woman’s reproductive and gynecological health. It provides medical and surgical treatments that cooperate completely with the reproductive system.”
FertilityCare.org: This website helps you to find a Creighton Model Practitioner and/or a NaProTechnology Medical Consultant near you. “FCCA manages a network of over 300 nationally and internationally affiliated FertilityCare Centers that provide instruction in CrMS.”
@CRMSofacadiana on FB and IG: “My name is Lisa Morvant. I am a registered nurse and possess a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing. I am a Fertility Care Practitioner for the Creighton Model Fertility Care System. My husband and I have been utilizing the Creighton Model System since July of 2016. I am currently accepting clients who wish to learn how to chart using the Creighton Model System (CRMS).
Y’all, it helps to know that there are other women and couples experiencing the same struggles and joys as we are – whether we are single or married. Here are some excellent young, holy, authentic, and modern accounts to follow to help keep us motivated and accountable.
SurprisedByMarriage.com: Created by Logan and Jen; “Our marriage has had its ups and downs like most. We’ve been surprised by the trials of pregnancy loss, infertility, high-risk pregnancies, just to name a few (and that was just in the first half of our marriage). But we’ve also been surprised by how great marriage can be when we focus on the little things and we’re both putting forth effort into the relationship. Basically, we’ve been surprised by marriage in so many ways!” Find on IG and FB.
TotalWhine.com: Emily is a blogger who brilliantly weaves her natural sense of humor and authenticity into her expression of her deeply rooted Catholic faith. She shares insights from her life as wife and mom, and interviews on topics ranging from NFP to conversions to cultivate solidarity among her readers. Her background in architecture and at a DC non-profit prepared her incredibly well for her current occupation as SAHM to her two little narcissists. Find on IG and FB.
@MelissaGraceTablada: Melissa is a “Catholic wife, Creighton Practitioner Intern, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Soulcore Leader, and YouTuber.“
@CeciliaPappas: “I am 21 years young and still working on my undergrad. I live my life with authentic JOY! I work for Catholicmatch and Elle Salon in the social media and marketing realm & I LOVE what I do. But most importantly, I am IN LOVE with being Catholic…Young Catholic women don’t have relatable platforms out there. Most people don’t associate Catholicism with being “fashionable” or “modern,” but here I am! Hallelujah. Amen.”
YouMeAndNFP.com: “Rooted in prayer, we joyously and shamelessly share the good news of sex and marriage as given to us through the wisdom of the Catholic Church. Using today’s technology we will: Reach people where they are, empower with knowledge, make NFP easily accessible, and accompany each other on our journeys.” Find on IG and FB.
FeminineGeniusMinistries.com: “Spreading the truth, beauty, and goodness of authentic femininity. Learn how your body works, love your unique femininity, live out life in meaningful relationships.” Find on IG and FB.
@WomanhoodUnveiled: “A young married Catholic woman seeking to make sense of how we can live authentically as women; sharing anecdotes, puns, gifs + life along the way.”