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Doing our best is all we can expect ourselves to do.
So, obviously I don't think a woman can 'fail' birth.
I do, however, think she can be ill prepared. And I'm not saying this by way of judging her, but rather by way of protecting her. It's been shown that women who have realistic birth expectations cope better with the process. And my goal here is to help women be prepared for various birth options. For their sake.
Whatever you can share about the native American experience, or refer me to, will be appreciated. Thanks!
Yasmine Konheim-Kalkstein, Ph.D. did it, and lived to tell the tale.
Women who self-blame and ruminate risk developing PTSD after birth
If your OBGYN doesn't prepare you, how would you know it happens to everyone?
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