Black maternal mortality is not just a statistic; it’s a pressing issue that requires our understanding, empathy, and advocacy. During Black History Month, we want to bring awareness to this topic and discuss how we, as doulas, can contribute to being part of this change.
Do you feel alone in your journey to conceive? Are you frustrated with all the overwhelming statistics about birthing in a larger body? Have you doubted if you even want to get pregnant in the body you have now?
Bringing a new life into the world is a monumental journey, and having the right support in the labor room can make all the difference. As you prepare for the big day, one question looms large: Who should be there with you during this transformative experience?
Have you ever wondered if you need to find a doula that has the same birth preferences that you do? One that would make the same decisions as you would, for example? Birth is a deeply personal experience, and it’s only natural for individuals to carry their own preferences and experiences into the birthing room.
Hello, wonderful readers! If you’re embarking on the incredible journey of childbirth, you’ve likely heard about the mysterious transition phase of labor. Don’t fret!
I received my degree online, while being a full-time mom and employee. Being able to get my degree online was the only way I could’ve pursued a masters degree. I didn’t have the financial ability to not be employed. I really love the flexibility that online education gives me. AND I’M SO TIRED OF BAD ONLINE EDUCATION!