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The “Negatives” ARE Positive.

How can that be?  Well, because inherently everything is created for your growth, healing and highest good.  What makes the difference between something being “negative” and something being “positive”? It is simply our perception of the experience that makes the … Continue reading

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UPDATE: New Read Up On the Reading List

“Letting Go: The Pathway Of Surrender” by Dr. David R. Hawkins.  Please enjoy a quick review and recommendation for this book– one of my all-time favorites.  Truly Transformational.  https://birthpurpose.wordpress.com/reading-list/

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Why You Don’t Need To Wait Until It’s “Safe” To Talk About Your Pregnancy

Many women are told not to share their pregnancy news with others until they are “in the clear”– far enough along in pregnancy to be “safe” from the risk of miscarriage (typically after the first trimester, or the first 10-12 weeks … Continue reading

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Shockingly Beautiful Birth Photos Named The Best Of 2017

Shockingly Beautiful Birth Photos

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How To Respectfully Tell Your Family That You Want A Private Labor and Birth Experience (And Why You Would Want One)

  Choosing who is allowed to be in your birthing room, whether at a hospital, birthing center or home, is a very important part of your birthing experience.  This discernment should begin even before you enter labor, choosing who you … Continue reading

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20 Breathtaking Birth Photos That Highlight The Strength Of Doulas

20 Breathtaking Birth Photos That Highlight the Strength of Doulas

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6 Ways To “Let Your Monkey Do It” During Labor and Childbirth

“Let my monkey do it?….What in the….?!”  That’s right, this post is not for the faint of heart.  It’s about real, natural childbirth based off of a teaching Ina May Gaskin shares in her renowned book “Ina May’s Guide to … Continue reading

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