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Motherbaby Press Books

The Power of Women
Read The Power of Women: Instinctual Birth Stories by Sister MorningStar and discover the power of shared birth stories and the difference they can make in our lives.
Read excerpts or order here.
Survivor Moms
Survivor Moms-Women’s Stories of Birthing, Mothering and Healing after Sexual Abuse was written to help break down the isolation pregnant women and their caregivers often feel--as though they were the only ones having to cope with these challenges.
Learn more or order here.

Midwifery Today Books

Postdates and Postmaturity Handbook
This book is the midwife’s guide to preventing and understanding the risks and myths associated with postdates pregnancies and postmaturity syndrome.
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Sharing Midwifery Knowledge
Open this book to discover a helpful blend of long articles and short tricks that will help you help babies and mothers at the births you attend.
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Read a selection of articles from various Midwifery Today publications.
Within a framework of acceptance and harmony, you will soften your caregiver's heart while strengthening your resolve to serve pregnant and birthing women. In addition, when you join us at a US Midwifery Today conference, you can round up your CEUs while having fun!
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Welcome to the Midwifery Today Community Web Site!

We hope you will find this site an exciting way to connect with others who are interested in birth. The forums are the heart of the site they are where you will meet to discuss your problems, ideas, hopes and dreams. As time goes by, you will also find a few blogs written by Midwifery Today staff members and special friends, as well as other goodies.

Our calling has always been to bring together people who are interested in birth. It happens at conferences, in the pages of Midwifery Today magazine, in E-News and on our Web site. Now it can happen, to an even greater extent, in this new birth community.

Again: Welcome and enjoy!

Jan Tritten (jan@midwiferytoday.com)
President, Founder and Mother of Midwifery Today

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