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Permission to Mother: Going Beyond the Standard-of-Care to Nurture Our…

by Denise Punger

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"Dr. Punger's personal experiences include a doula-attended hospital birth without intervention, working while tandem nursing, tandem nursing beyond the toddler years, and perhaps most dramatically, a footling breech birth at home. Included are other women's experiences that go beyond the status quo. All stories have one feature in common: Dr. Punger goes beyond the medical standard-of-care that too often imposes on a woman's right to mother to the fullest. Dr. Punger gives you permission to birth just the way you want to and to breastfeed for how long you (and your baby) want to"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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