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Overcoming Fear There is a secret in our culture, and it is not that childbirth is painful. It’s that women are strong. -Lisa Stavoe Harm In this third post of my series on the Fear of Childbirth, I want to … Continue reading
In the last post, we discussed possible reasons for our fear and anxieties of birth. In this post, I hope to get more specific about how the experiences we have and the stories of others can impact birth. Then, in … Continue reading
Microsoft Clipart Is attending a childbirth education class worth your time? Is it worth the money? Will classes really do anything to improve your experience or make birthing your baby any easier? What kind of classes are best? I must preface … Continue reading
These are my girls. Their births made me understand life in a whole new way. Their presence has changed me for the better. I am more than grateful for them.
Yoga is truly a gift to motherhood. Studies have shown that women who exercise during pregnancy have easier and less complicated labors and births. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology states that pregnant women should create a goal of 30 … Continue reading
If you are already a mother you have undoubtedly experienced those times in which you “just knew” something was either the right or wrong choice for your child. Or perhaps you expected something to happen just as it did long … Continue reading