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Birthing the Easy Way

When a woman gives birth easily, is it really just a matter of being one of the “lucky” ones?
Absolutely not, says this author! And she should know: After having a cesarean section for what she calls “Physician Distress,” Sheila Stubbs gave birth to the rest of her babies with no trouble - even with conditions that some doctors would consider to be “high risk.” 
This is not another book of exercises or pain-coping techniques. Through her research and personal experience the author learned what it is that makes modern childbirth practices more painful and more risky than before. She teaches the reader how to avoid these pitfalls and even shares some surprising secrets she discovered along the way - secrets you will never hear from an obstetrician.
"This extraordinary book...should be in the hands of all women before they even get pregnant. Reading it is an uplifting, validating and motivating experience."
- Midwifery Today Magazine
“I am EXTREMELY IMPRESSED! ... fabulous - fun to read, flows beautifully, just incredible. And the information you have is great! ...I can't tell you how excited I am to read this and LOVE it. We have to find a way to get this into the hands of more readers!"
 - Teresa Pitman, author of 14 books, including “The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding” and “Pregnancy and Birth: the Best Evidence”
People tend to forget that "experts" are also fallible humans and just as likely to be wrong as anyone... vividly refreshing…
- Dr. John Stevenson, Australia