For each of our daughters we had a red theme dinner. Table cloth and napkins where red. The juice was cherry juice served in wine glasses. We had spaghetti with red sauce, strawberries, etc. Their father came home from work with red roses for … [Read more...] about First Blood Ceremony
Guest Author - Brooke Laufer PhysD The postpartum period, or the year following the birth of a child, can be a miraculous and terrifying time for a woman. As many women find, life with a new baby is a raw and fragile experience. There … [Read more...] about Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
One of the most amazing and powerful workshops I have ever taken was on nonviolent communication techniques (NVC). I liked it so much I took it twice! The techniques are so wonderful that I plan to continue my studies this year. I’m especially … [Read more...] about Nonviolent Communication
Elaine Sotirakos- Guest Author (Elaine contacted BirthLink to let us know she and her friends enjoy the newsletter. I asked if she was a parent or practitioner. She said, “Parent, I had a natural birth and feel very passionate about it. My birth … [Read more...] about 75 Hours of Labor & I Loved It!
While many people rely on personal referrals this is not always the best way to find a good match. They may have been great for your friend or family member but not for you. With the advent of the internet, web sites can be useful for initial … [Read more...] about Find a Practitioner