What is a birth journey?
While at the osteopath having a general post-baby tune-up, my therapist and I started discussing birth. We both agreed, having both had miscarriages, infertility issues and children, that pregnancy, birth and babies were a journey. It was one we both thought was an amazing journey but fully of up’s, down’s and everything in between.
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Being pregnant. It’s such a wonderful time in not just the lucky woman in questions life, but for everyone. There’s something about the beauty and amazing-ness of creating and supporting new life to grow that still gives me goosebumps. Being around a woman who is pregnant reminds us that we were someone’s baby once and that the circle of life is a part of all of us. However, sometimes we either forget, don’t know or haven’t been around someone who is pregnant for a long time. This article is dedicated to you. Here’s a heads up on what you can do to make a pregnant mum feel phenomenal. She’ll thank you for it!
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It’s not new that the first 12 weeks can be hard on new mums. If you’re finding it tough, you’re not alone. Here are some of the reasons why the first/silent trimester can be tricky.
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Often, I get asked by new mums and dads, “Why is the 0-3 months part of any pregnancy often the hardest emotionally?” It’s tricky question. So many mums and dads are overjoyed when they finally get pregnant but then the emotional turmoil really starts.
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Birth coaching is a form of support offered to people at many stages in their birth journey.
Clients might be:
- trying to get pregnant
- have just found out they are pregnant
- are currently in the first/second/third trimester of pregnancy
- have had a baby and are pregnant again
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