Post # 1
WOW – that’s a thick book!!! We are trying to do FAM instead of conceive and it’s nuts how much info is in that book (from just flipping around!).
I’m a little overwhelmed with how much info there is, but excited to start temping and charting!
Any tips for someone just starting out with all of this?
Post # 3
I recently read TCOYF, I found it really interesting! Just start at the beginning and read the whole thing before starting out. I have heard fertility friend is really good for charting, good luck!
I found it a quick read even though it’s thick.
Post # 4
Welcome to charting club, so to speak! I second PP and say just start at the beginning. It’s fascinating material and went pretty quickly for me, but don’t feel bad if it takes you some flipping back and forth to “get” it. I must have re-read certain sections a bunch of times before it all really sunk in!
Post # 5
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I picked the sections most important to me first and went with them. It’s actually a really fascinating read!
Post # 6
Oracle – I feel like your post could have easily been mine! I just started reading it last night. You’re right, it is a thick book! So far, it looks like it’s FULL of information. I’m curious to see what others have to say to your question. Happy charting 🙂
Post # 7
I just recently finished it. It’s big, but it actually reads pretty quickly and a lot of the information is repeated multiple times to really drive the point home. The principal is actually pretty basic. You’ll pick it up quickly. Good luck to you!