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Melinda Davis is a seasoned marketer with 15 years experience. She provides freelance services to clients, and has contracted with nonprofit organizations and high profile firms, including Booz Allen Hamilton. After being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and undergoing multiple treatments, Melinda founded Fresh Conceptions as a way of reaching others with infertility. Through her blog, Melinda shares her personal journey with infertility and the unexpected ways God has used it to reveal Himself. She enjoys using her talents to reach others around the world using Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter, and will be publishing her first ebook in 2016. For more information, please contact Melinda at: melinda.r.davis@gmail.com.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, June 13, 2011

June 11, 2009, is a day I will never forget. It started out just like any other. I went to work, came home and was greeted by my chocolate lab. The only difference was: for the first time I was not able to say hello back. I had developed an excruciating pain in my back and couldn’t move. I couldn’t take my dog downstairs for our normal walk around the neighborhood. I couldn’t get up to feed her. And I couldn’t get to my phone to call my husband. I was stuck sitting straight up in a chair ... not able to move my neck, back or stand.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, June 7, 2011

Facebook and Twitter. It seems like everyone has an account with at least one of these social media sites. People post what they are doing and thinking, share their photos, and connect with others. Many times things remain on a very superficial level, but through these “worlds” I have seen complete strangers pour out the most intimate details of their lives.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, June 1, 2011

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a blog by Melinda Davis, May 31, 2011

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