Surrogacy Educational Series Continues – Conceptual Options Announces 2 New Animated Surrogacy Videos

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Surrogacy Educational Series Continues – Conceptual Options Announces 2 New Animated Surrogacy Videos

Conceptual Options, a full-service Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and Sperm Donation agency that has been Partnering for Parenthood since 1999, announces two new additional episodes of our groundbreaking new educational video series about Surrogacy.

Our next two videos tackle the following subjects: “Choosing Your Intended Parents and Talking About Surrogacy with Friends, Family & Strangers.”

Becoming a surrogate is one of the most rewarding things that you can do in your lifetime – you are literally helping someone else create a family that they cannot do on their own. Therefore, because being a surrogate is such an important mission for everyone involved there are certain steps that must be followed to ensure that you and your family are ready and willing to commit to your surrogacy journey-and our videos are here to help.

Also, look for our next video on Surrogate Support & Care through Conceptual Options – Join Our Family to Help Create Families.

Please contact us directly at info@conceptualoptions.com or call us at 858-748-4222 so we can go over your questions or concerns. Stay tuned for more videos in the upcoming weeks to help you understand more about the surrogacy, egg donation, and sperm donation process.


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Conceptual Options Announces Additional New Videos for Educational Video Series about Surrogacy

Conceptual Options, LLC, has been Partnering for Parenthood and creating families since 1999, and now we are pleased to announce four new additional episodes of our groundbreaking new educational video series about Surrogacy, Egg Donation, Sperm Donation and assisted reproduction. Conceptual Options is a full-service surrogacy, egg donation, and sperm donation agency located in beautiful San Diego, California.

Our next four videos tackle the following subjects that are most important to Surrogates: Can I Become a Surrogate, What to Expect at My Surrogacy Intake Appointment at Conceptual Options, What to Expect at My Psychological Testing Appointment at Conceptual Options, and How to Choose Your Surrogacy Agency.

All of our Surrogacy Educational Videos can be found here on YouTube.

Also, look for our next video on Choosing Your Intended Parents coming next week!

We would love to hear your feedback and ideas for new videos throughout the new year.

Remember, becoming a surrogate is one of the most rewarding things that you can do in your lifetime – you are literally helping someone else create a family that they cannot do on their own. Therefore, because being a surrogate is such an important mission for everyone involved there are certain steps that must be followed to ensure that you and your family are ready and willing to commit to your surrogacy journey—and our videos are here to help.

Please contact us directly at info@conceptualoptions.com or call us at 858-748-4222 so we can go over your questions or concerns, and stay tuned for more videos in the upcoming weeks to help you understand more about the surrogacy process.


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How Becoming a Surrogate was the Best Thing She Has Ever Done — Besides Being a Mother to Her Own Children

Positive surrogacy articles are always wonderful for us to find – and we certainly found one at the Huffington Post, “Becoming A Surrogate Was Better Than I Ever Imagined”. The post is an amazing story of one woman’s quest to become a surrogate and to live “a life less ordinary.”

We learn about Sara Taylor Jones, and why she decided to become a surrogate — because she could never imagine herself never being called a mother. She also learned,unfortunately, about what others thought of surrogacy.

Those around me were horrified – what was I thinking? How could I give my baby away? What if I wanted to keep the baby? Who were these awful people who would pay to have a baby? How could I sell my own baby? That’s when I realised that actually the hardest part of being a surrogate was educating people whose experience of surrogacy was limited to a tabloid headline, or a TV soap storyline. Although the knowledge of surrogacy has increased over the last 15 years, there are still so many misconceptions about how it works, and what type of person turns to surrogacy, either as surrogate or as an intended parent.

At Conceptual Options we encourage our surrogates to think about what they are going to tell people, if anything at all, but more importantly, how to tell those around her – her family, her friends, her co-workers, and her children.

Read more about Sara’s story here at the Huffington Post.

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