The struggle to conceive a child is real. It’s difficult to predict who is at risk for infertility, but it’s an issue that affects approximately 10-15% of couples throughout the U.S. And while in-vitro fertilization (IVF) has become a familiar household term, the complexity of the procedure and its impact on couples remain a bit of a mystery. In this episode, we share a candid conversation with Jarling Ho, who opens up about all the highs and lows of her personal IVF journey.
Jarling recently moved to Boston from LA, where she had served as Executive Director of the Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center. Her background is in mediation, conflict management, and restorative justice. She is currently consulting and teaching as an Adjunct Professor at Cambridge College. She is also a proud Taiwanese American and an amazing baker.