There was this documentary actually I saw on exactly this and it’s really difficult and it’s not helpful to not talk about it. So I think if you were interested in writing about it, I would definitely do an anonymous one, I would do a pen name and not give yourself away. I’ve heard terrible stories about being judged because you’re having difficulty conceiving. Obviously, my sense is if you’re here you want to connect with others, certainly. Your comment about “thanks for making us seem normal.” Yes, definitely an anonymous blog. So I think you should do it. Initially, my blog was anonymous even the social media handles I used were not my name; it was The Two-week Wait and the blog was a Two-Week Wait. I never said my name, I did my nickname, never said my last name, never said where I worked and I live in New York in the United States so it’s not a real quiet community so the fact that I was able to be anonymous until I was ready to be public says something. I think if you feel that you’re in a place where people aren’t easily talking about these things that’s even more reason to blog. I mentioned earlier about when I needed some medications, I got estrogen patches from Ireland, people from England sent me socks. It is a global universal language – infertility, and I know there are thousands, if not more, people really more than willing to support you. And if you’re in a place where you can’t physically talk to people about it, the blogging world and writing about it and even just maybe dip in your challenge is having an anonymous social media account to connect with others could be so helpful. You feel less alone, you really do.