Birth and the Labor Process
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Paige Barocca on Instagram: “One of my doula clients sent me these #birthaffirmations that she has been working on for her upcoming #VBAC. I HAD to ask her if I could…”
One of my doula clients sent me these #birthaffirmations that she has been working on for her upcoming #VBAC. I HAD to ask her if I could…
Have you listened to this week's episode where Krissy from @thegoodvibetribeny shares her story of infertility prematurity and experiencing a stroke shortly after birth? Listen now using the link in profile. . . . Repost from @goodvibetribeny: If you havent already head on over to @preemiemomcamp and check out my featured mom story this week (link is in their bio)! If youre not following this account do it while youre there! Its a favorite of mine . . . #messyroads #mymessyroad #mystory #stor
Glow Doula | Toowoomba Doula
Sometimes women say that they think they'll be fine in labour because they have a "high pain tolerance". So often, it's not our pain tolerance that determines whether we'll cope with labour without drugs. It's our ability to tune out the story-telling about pain that our brains will be doing during the process of labour.
The Blooma Blog — Blooma
Blooma Love Note #19: “There is a power that comes to women when they give birth. They don’t ask for it, it simply invades them. Accumulates like clouds in the horizon and passes through, carrying the child with it.” —Sheryl Feldman, author of A Wise Birth and A Midwife’s Story From www.bloomablog.com.