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Download Ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub  Carl Jones Or by controlling the fear beforehand His easy to follow eight step method which teaches your mind to cooperate with your body will help make your childbirth less stressful and natural. I loved this book Thank you Alicia Absolutely empowering At first I thought Hmm a male author But he takes a lot of opinions into consideration and offers great mental imagery Some of the exercises were over the top but overall I felt like this book was really encouraging

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Mind over Labor: A Breakthrough Guide to Giving Birth (Penguin Handbooks) review Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ The fear and pain most women expect from pregnancy can at last be overcome Carl Jones a certified childbirth educator tells how using mental imagery can help you redu Whether you plan to give birth at home in a childbearing center or in a hospital Carl Jones's simple exercises will put you in touch with the best instrument of birth there is yoursel. Liked it but found it very repetitive especially with all the positive birth stories and other articles I'd been reading My attention span couldn't take it after a certain point and with one kiddo to take care of in addition to preparing for #2's birth but it'd be good if you have the time to actually relax meditate or visualize things Also if you haven't been researching natural childbirth for a while already there's a lot of good info that could be helpful

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Mind over Labor A Breakthrough Guide to Giving Birth Penguin HandbooksThe fear and pain most women expect from pregnancy can at last be overcome Carl Jones a certified childbirth educator tells how using mental imagery can help you reduce the pain of lab. I've been readingre reading various birth books lately in anticipation of my next birth This is the first time I have read this one cover to coverHere's what I like Good ideas for relaxation scripts and that kind of thing Doesn't rely on hypnosis which I appreciate since there is a part of my brain that is way too cynical to let that work for me Concise So many birth books are way long Good explanations of the overall process Giving good information without making doctors out to be heartless villains Good tone He doesn't sound condescending or self righteous as some other natural birth authors tend to do Respectful of all parties and informative throughout This is actually one of my favorites and one I'd be likely to recommend because of the respectful tone Too many of these authors act like there is one way to do and to see things and anybody else is worthy of ridicule He seems genuine in his desire to provide helpful information to a wide variety of people involved in the birth process in and out of the hospital varying levels of interventions he seems to make the assumption as I think we all should that everyone is making their choices based on what they feel is best for their baby even though those choices have a wide range My biggest complaint is somewhat ironicit's that he doesn't appear to have any real credentials All the book says about him is that he is a childbirth educator Does he have any formal medical training Where did he get his expertise in the field In a way this shouldn't matter His facts are accurate and if his ideas for coping with labor work what does it matter where he comes from But I still would have rather known about his background