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What are some thing you will learn?
- Three steps to help you trust your body and your baby!
- Three powerful choices you can make to improve your birth.
- Discover what the strongest muscle in your body is and how can you harness its power to help you birth more easily?
- Learn the most amazing Mental Tool available to prepare for your birth.
- How can “professional love” help you during your birth?
- Learn the most powerful tool you have as a parent and how to start using it NOW!
- Over 9 tips are shared, I couldn’t stop with just 3! 🙂
What people are saying:
- Be excited instead of nervous about your birth.
- Mom-friendly, unbiased information
- Practical, easy to apply suggestions
- Improve the outcome and perception of your birth
- Avoid information overload – Precise and to the point
- Incredibly helpful
- Wonderful Advice to ALL expecting mothers
- Great Advice and information
- Easy to read
- Read in half an hour
- I read it again and again
- Useful in any birthing situation – from cesarean to natural
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Heather – expecting her 4th baby
I feel so blessed that I was able to read this before the birth of my 4th baby. With life being so crazy, I haven’t taken the time I have needed to, to ponder about THIS baby.
I had a girl’s weekend with my mom and sisters-in-law this past weekend and everyone was telling their birthing stories. I for some reason panicked and started getting very nervous.
This has never happened before with any of my other births. Reading this tonight helped me regroup and GET EXCITED again and not NERVOUS for baby Elizabeth to arrive.
I wanted to thank you for being a silent angel in my life at this time of need. My being nervous has subsided and I feel such peace. I can hardly wait for the delivery of this little miracle.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing.
Audrey – mom of 3
If you want your baby to have the best birth day ever, this is a must-read.
In Top Three Tips to Enjoy Your Birth, Sheridan outlines simple ways that any expectant mom can have a great birth. She presents an unbiased and mom-friendly perspective, giving practical suggestions for improving the outcome and perception of your baby’s birth.
Whether you are planning to have a cesarean, an epidural or a medication-free birth, do yourself a favor and download this easy-to-read manual.
Better yet, share it with all of your pregnant friends! They will thank you.
Cindy – doula
Sheridan, this e-book is a perfect tool to help expecting parents! It is precise and to the point,
avoiding information overload, while giving mom’s information that should be researched further.
I will be posting on my social networking sites as well as sharing with my doula clients!
Alison – mom of 2
I think this is a really fantastic book you’ve written, truly.
For people who are overwhelmed thinking about how to have a good birth, this will be incredibly helpful.
author of “Violette Between” and “The Weight of Shadows” (April 2010)
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Katie – mom to 4 (1 set of twins)
I read your book and it is wonderful.
To be honest, I was hesitant to read it because of my own ignorance! I thought that someone who felt strongly about home birthing would think that all other avenues of birthing were bad (yes, my own ignorance!).
I had a c-section with my past two births and a vaginal birth with my first. I felt less of a mother because I had to have a c-section with my boys and I had gotten kind of defensive about having to do that and have just come to terms with my childrens birth journeys in the past little while.
Anyway, I love that you focus on intuition and having a birth plan but being flexible. That is wonderful advice to all expecting mothers. I also love that you are “diplomatic” and respectful of peoples birth options. You have so much great advice and information packed into an easy-to-read book.
Sometimes the pregnancy books are so overwhelming that it’s nice to read something that can be read in a half hour and then you can read it again and again.
I didn’t know that so many of your home birthing strategies are not only appropriate but helpful in a hospital setting as well. I think I thought of home birthing as a “crazy thing I would never do” BUT the relaxation techniques,
breathing, and empowerment are all things that are applicable to all birth options (even a c-section).
I, and a think a lot of other women, get defensive about birth and we forget that all options have their pros and cons like you said. We just need to talk with each other in a respectful way and we would see the good in it all. I’m preaching to the choir but I definitely need to do that!
I have to say that I really respect how respectful the book was. It was a great read!!
Thanks for sharing!
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