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5 Must Read Books for Using the Fertility Awareness Method

By Diana Stone |

5 Must Read Books for Using the FAM Method

If you’ve ever thought about using FAM (Fertility Awareness Method), chances are you think about the numerous amounts of books, websites, and advice you’ve seen on how to get started.

But which is right for you? Are you someone who just wants the basics, enough to get started? Someone who wants all the details from start to finish? Are you simply interested in your health, or want to prevent pregnancy for a while until you’re ready?

Whatever the reason is, there are many resources out there to help educate you on your body and the choices you have beyond luck and birth control. Today, women are deciding to take charge of their body, to make decisions that work for them – no matter what that means. In choosing to do this, you gain a huge amount of knowledge that can help you in all areas of your health and to make better decisions with your doctor in years to come.

Below are some of the most popular books read and used continually in the groups of women who choose to use either FAM or NFP (Natural Family Planning) to build their family or get to know their cycles better.

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Books that help explain FAM, NFP, and cycles

Taking Charge of Your Fertilty

One of the most popular, detailed books on preventing and achieving pregnancy by using your body signs. Also known as TCOYF online.
Buy this from Amazon for $10.47


Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter and the loss of her twin boys on the aptly named Hormonal ImbalancesSmaller glimpses into her day are on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.




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Diana Stone blogs at Diana Wrote about her life with a daughter here and three sons in heaven, life as an army wife, and her faith. Smaller glimpses into her day are on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Read bio and latest posts → Read Diana's latest posts →

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