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Primal Mothering In A Modern World

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  26 ratings  ·  4 reviews
From natural childbirth to breastfeeding to mother/child bonding, this book provides a beautiful and powerful understanding of Primal Mothering. The author's inspired, educational, and sometimes autobiographical writing will touch the heart. An excellent discussion of natural diet is also included.
Published by Sunfood Nutrition
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It took me a while to get into this. It sounded a bit to "dysfunctional" to me at first. Then when I got into it, I embraced it. I love the term "primal mother" I'm all about woman power, listening to our hearts, our spirits, meeting our children's needs. This book spoke to me. I connected with Hygiea's past, as I have had my own similar difficult situations in life. It made me want to embrace the primal mother in me more. I wouldn't recommend this book to most people, just because it is radical ...more
Beware: Those who hate hippies will hate this book.

A very interesting read- she had two unassisted births- one a VBAC- and the last one experiencing no pain- an orgasmic birth. It's the first time that I understood why someone wouldn't want a midwife around! She's also a raw-foodie, a home-schooler, and much much more. A lot of her opinions and choices resonate with me, but I can tell that we are from very different generations. The only thing that irked me was her problem with attributing good
Momm DePlume
I had to check out the crazy.
Read up on the what happened to the author for more information. ( a tip: it involves her 13 year old daughter, a 25 year old * fiance* , and a *state caused miscarriage* as well as abduction of a minor from state custody. Good times. )
Faith Hobby
I have mixed feelings about this book. I think it is probably aimed at people that are already in agreement with the authors beliefs and are simply looking for guidance in application.
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