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What doulas can teach about support without judgement.

I recently had the opportunity to read The Gentle Art of Newborn Family Care: A Guide for Doulas and Caregivers, by Salle Webber. While this book is written for postpartum doulas, it occurred to me as I read it that … Continue reading

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Why a doula is your BFF (BreastFeeding Friend)

“If a doula were a drug, it would be unethical not to use it.”  – John H. Kennell, MD Doulas (trained support people for childbirth and postpartum) are associated with some great things:  shorter labors, less interventions, fewer c-sections, and … Continue reading

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