The Different Faces of Bonding

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I was young and sweetly naïve when I gave birth to my son Ky. I had grand illusions about the way I wanted to be a mother. In my mind I would be relaxed, conscious, as organic and natural as possible and love mothering as well as juggle a business. My naivety protected me throughout my pregnancy, … [Read more...]

Birth Trauma is Real

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The silent pain of a story not told. Birth trauma experienced by women. When women experience something during pregnancy or birth or both, that is ‘medical’ how are they able to acknowledge that actually what occurred was unpleasant, maybe painful and possibly traumatic? Being a woman and … [Read more...]

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