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Being healthy but over 40 and having gestational diabetes, I was told I would be induced at 39 weeks. Having known two friends whose placenta's started failing at 40 weeks (one resulting in a stillbirth) I was ok with the decision to be induced. I was positive and knew I would work with my body, baby and medical staff (including great midwife). I have also been practicing hypnobirthing from another source other than here to get my mind ready. Listening to the first episode of Kathryn Clark's Hypnobirthing, made me feel like a failure, and that I would not experience any positive aspects to birthing and that essentially I was settling a degraded experience. I think some of the ideas in this podcast are helpful, others are unthoughtful, naive, and potentially dangerous.
LexiBella1111 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/14/17
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Great information just so boring to listen too!
Tarathorn via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 05/12/20
Wonderful! I can't believe this is free. It is such a help to anyone who is planning on having natural birth and wants to do it without drugs. There is so much information here. It gives you great advice if things don't go to plan and what to do to make it the best birth experience ever. I highly...Read full review »
Mother to 2 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/20/17
Lovely, informative podcast. You learn and meditate at the same time. Great work Kathryn!
Philly be good via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/28/16
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