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The Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth by Henci Goer
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I read this book on the recommendation of one of my good friends. And despite the three stars, I really kindof liked it. Most of the books I've come across for this phase of life seem to be pretty biased. A few haven't been. This one struck me as especially so, and the title was nearly insulting to those who disagree, which is why I hesitate to give it more than three.

That being said, it was helpful for me to more fully understand the home/natural/anti (at times) medical view, and at least the author stated that she had bias. In the end, I appreciated having read it, and could appreciate a lot of what the author had to say. I just wish it didn't come across as quite so judgmental.
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