A frank and honest story about struggling to become pregnant and having a hard time to connect to the pregnancy and baby. And than a super powerful birth that set things straight.
In this episode we will hear Gayle tell us about her two very different births that took place over 20 years ago. I am, as always amazed by how crystal clear this experience is for us even many years later. The process and the feelings that are created are timeless and never goes out of date, despite new medical procedures.
In this episode Connie shares her beautiful birth story and talks about the super power that we hold inside of ourselves. A super power that sometimes can be scary when we face it. It is also about the power of knowledge about birth, knowledge needed so that you can advocate for yourself and enhance the chance to get the birth you wish for.
"The baby is here, the baby is here.." Julie a mother of two is sharing her second speedy birth - a birth very much like in the movies. This is also a beautiful story about coping with anxiety around preparing for welcoming child #2.
The podcast is back on track again! In this episode we will meet a woman that I deeply admire, Krissy Shields. She is passionate about empowering and educating women to live their fullest most vibrant and authentic lives. Krissy is sharing her two very diverse experiences from giving birth - one hospital induced birth and one home birth. Enjoy!
To get the chance to have the birth that she wants Nancy leaves NY for a birthing center in Vermont - a “birthing Shangri-La”. Despite more interventions than she wished for this is a truly empowering experience. This is a story about the power of birth.
This is a story about learning that the textbooks about birth aren´t always right. Not all first-time moms have long births. This birth was a much faster process than Chrissy ever had anticipated. Leaving her with a newfound confidence in herself.
The podcast is on a road trip in the US. In this episode we will hear Amy tell her story about giving birth to her first child at home. A powerful story about owning your options and about fully trusting birth.