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Six Practical Lessons for an Easier Childbirth

The classic book on the Lamaze method for pregnant women and their partners, now revised and in a new trade paperback edition. Filled with vital information and reassurance, this essential book will make expectant couples better prepared than ever for this joyous, rewarding experience.The classic book on the Lamaze method for pregnant women and their partners, now revised and in a new trade paperback edition. Filled with vital information and reassurance, this essential book will make expectant couples better prepared than ever for this joyous, rewarding experience.

List Price: $ 15.00

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  1. T. Barnett says:
    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The BEST Lamaze handbook out there!, January 16, 2002
    By A Customer

    There are so many great things about this book! It is concise and to the point. Unlike other birthing books that spend hundreds of pages focusing on all the obscure complications that could occur during childbirth, “Six Practical Lessons” discusses what happens during a more common healthy birth. This makes it easier to understand and more helpful.

    My husband and I had the privilege of taking Lamaze classes with Elisabeth Bing, and we found this book to be a great supplement for her classes. She is one of the pioneers of the Lamaze method here in the United States and a co-founder of Lamaze International.

    “Six Practical Lessons” explains what exactly happens during labor, demonstrates exercises for you and your partner to prepare for labor, and goes over relaxation and breathing techniques. It also contains helpful illustrations and photographs.

    Also, by going over the history of Lamaze it helps explain and understand why this method works so well.

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  2. Anonymous says:
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    No wonder my mom had a horrid experience!, June 30, 2006
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    T. Barnett (Houston, TX) –
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    I am pregnant with my second child and doing some refreshing before the big day. So I decided to dip into the original printing of this book which I found tucked away in a box for the past 30+ years. Holy cow! I’m glad I didn’t read this the first time around! It’s ridiculous! ~Even if you don’t feel the urge to push, don’t argue “Accept your physician’s orders at the time without questioning…”~ HA! Women have been delivering babies using doctors ONLY for about the past 100 years or so and without them for thousands of years! Doctors don’t always know best, my first delivery was awful because I trusted the doc more than I trusted my own body. May I suggest Ina Mays Guide to Childbirth? I also suggest a visit with a midwife before the end of your pregnancy, you may find some enlightenment.

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