18 août 2017

Haptonomy

Haptonomy by French doula Caroline Bahadourian prenatal haptonomy from France now in Florida  Haptonomy is defined as the “Science of Affectivity”, with a framework put together by Frans Veldman  Haptonomy defines several ways of existing towards the world and relating to others. Most of us exist within a rational mode of existence; the goal of Haptonomy is to allow any individual to reach an affective mode of existence, one that allows full autonomy to cope with all the difficult avenues of life, as well as be... [Lire la suite]

10 septembre 2013

Breastfeeding

      Nearly all nursing mothers worry at one time or another about whether their babies are getting enough milk. Since we can’t measure breastmilk intake the way we can formula intake, it is easy to be insecure about the adequacy of our milk supplies. The “perception” of insufficient breastmilk production is the most common reason mothers give for weaning or early introduction of solids or supplements. Although there is a very small percentage of women who can’t produce enough milk no matter what they do, this is... [Lire la suite]
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09 septembre 2013

Lotus Birth

Lotus Birth       Each day, in hospitals across the country, proud family members cut the umbilical cords of their brand-new babies. It's a rite of passage marking the arrival of a fully autonomous human being. But some families choose to skip the cord cutting. In fact, they leave the umbilical cord and placenta attached to the baby until it dries out and falls off by itself — a process that can take many days.   This practice is called Lotus Birth, or umbilical non-severance. The New York Post recently... [Lire la suite]
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