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Spiritual Midwifery kindle ¹ 482 pages À dogsalonbristol Ì ❮EPUB❯ ✼ Spiritual Midwifery Author Ina May Gaskin – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Here is the 4th edition of the classic book on home birth that introduced a whole generation of women to the concept of natural childbirth Back again areWomen attended by the Farm midwivesAlso new is information about the safety of techniues routinely used in hospitals during and after birth information on postpartum depression and maternal death and recent statistics on births managed by The Farm MidwivesFrom the amazing birth I first read this classic beautiful handbook for home birth while writing MIDWIVES in 1995 I reread it this week because rehearsals of my stage adaptation of the novel begin December 26 at the George Street Playhouse Hoping some of you get to see it Starring as Sibyl Danforth Ellen McLaughlin the original Angel in ANGELS IN AMERICA The play is directed by the brilliant David Saint

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Ing tales to care of the newborn Spiritual Midwifery is still one of the best books an expectant mother could own Includes resources for doulas childbirth educators birth centers and other organizations and alliances dedicated to improving maternity care at home and in hospital O MY GOSH you have to read this book if you are going to or have given birth at home or just want to have a wide awake natural childbirth It left me with the confident knowledge that I wasn't the first I won't be the last and birth first and foremost belongs to women not doctors

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Spiritual MidwiferyHere is the th edition of the classic book on home birth that introduced a whole generation of women to the concept of natural childbirth Back again are even amazing birthing tales including those from women who were babies in earlier editions and stories about Old Order Amish Why you surely ask is a man reviewing Spiritual MidwiferyFrankly put I delivered two of my children at home Yes there was a midwife looking over my shoulder but I did all the dirty work with my wife From start to finish these pregnancies were ours Ina May Gaskin's book is well groovy is the word It's not a real how to nuts and bolts guide to home delivery though it does explain in great and graphic not for young children detail the mechanics of it all It also offers sage advice on nutrition circumcision prenatal visits and so forth The most intriguing aspect of the book however are the vignettes recounting the stories of various pregnancies on The Farm From a multitude of viewpoints life and the giving of life on The Farm is dissected and observed examined and appreciated by those who lived it Would I choose to live there Heck no But I see the attraction And just like living at the farm this book isn't for everyone but it's definitely worth considering Again not for the faint of heart but for the open heart

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