The Center for Unhindered Living
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Unhindered Pregnancy & Birth
Birth without Coersion
|The purpose of the Center
for Unhindered Living is to provide
information that will assist individuals in maintaining an autonomous
lifestyle. Individuals do not have to participate in social conformity,
nor be controlled by the institutions which perpetuate the myths of our
society - schools, churches, and the institutions of modern medicine.
When medical "experts" get involved in pregnancy, birth and other
healthcare decisions, a woman's autonomy is often compromised. We
simply want women to know they don't have to accept this
hindrance. Women everywhere are taking control of their birth
experiences, and taking responsibility for their lives and health
without involving themselves in the medical healthcare arena. It's your
body and your decision!
Statement of Personal Responsibility
Pregnancy and the New Religion of Medicine
The Downside of Due Dates
U.S. Infant Mortality Statistics
Latest Homebirth Research
Pre-Birth Communication Enhances Prenatal Well-being
Learn To Trust Your Body
Autonomous Pregnancy and Birth: Learn to Take Responsibility
Medications Unsafe for Pregnancy
Recommended Reading List
Do-It-Yourself Prenatal Care
Preventing Childbirth Pain with ABT
Is Prenatal Testing Safe & Beneficial?
Definition of Practicing Medicine in the OK
The Dangers of Ultrasound Technology
Can Anyone Trust the Alpha Fetoprotein Test?
Glucose Tolerance Test: An Attempt to Pathologize a Normal Response
Facts About Amniocentesis
The Dangers of Chorionic Villus Sampling
Prenatal Rhogam: A Complicated Choice
Inadequte Nutrition - Not Maternal Obesity Causes Defects
Aspartame: A Dangerous Prenatal Poison
Protein Count of Essential Foods
Pre-Eclampsia and Toxemia
Does Birth Have To Be Painful?
My Own Painless Birth Story
Who Should Be In Charge Of Your Birth?
Autonomous Unassisted Childbirth
Unassisted Childbirth Statistics
Following Your Intuition,The Key To Safe Birth
Signs of Labor
What Causes Labor To Begin?
What Will Birth Be Like?
The Sublime Ecstasy of Birth
What Should I Be Doing During Early Labor?
The Mood For Birth
Why Should Natural Birth Be Our Goal?
What Will A Hospital Birth Be Like?
Pros and Cons of Hospital Birth
What Will Home Birth Be Like?
Pros and Cons of Home Birth
Why I Chose Homebirth
Effects of Epidural Anesthesia on Mom & Baby
Dealing with Pregnancy and Birth Trauma
The Language of Birth
Positions For Labor & Birth
The Soothing Power of A Water Birth
When To Go To The Hospital
Handling Variations in the Birth Process
Building a Birthkit: The Supplies You Will Need
Releasing Your Baby From Your Body
Routine Newborn Procedures: Are They Necessary?
Is A Newborn Doctor's Examination Required?
Umbilical Cord Care
101 Things To Tie The Umbilical Cord With (The lighter side)
Benefits of Breastfeeding
Why Mothers Kiss Their Babies
Where Should My Baby Sleep?
Sample Birth Plan
Birth Plan Check Sheet
How do doctors, nurses and hospital staff really feel about you and your birth plan?
Are Doulas for Hospital Birth a Good Thing?
Good Sources of Birth and Parenting Info
What Does The Bible Say About Childbirth?
Your Health Watchdog
Basic Baby Care
Holistic Baby Care
What to do with that Placenta?
Guidance for Families, Friends of New Mothers
Proof that Medicalized Childbirth is Dangerous
The Birthing Dance
Come to me, My Child
Secret longing of my inner heart
Breath of spirit
Wandering the cosmos
Choosing your next lifepath
Seeking sanctuary in my wonb
Visions of you stir my dreams
Your gentle essence drifting inward
Merging into matter
Coming into consciousness
Birthing into being
Your tender wisdom speaks
The ancient knowledge
of a mother's power
Our bodies grow together
Two as one
Turning round, in birthing dance
You lead me
Opening the circle corridor
Descending into unhindered ecstasy
Into my arms
Judie C. McMath
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