Birth Without Violence
When obstetrician Frederik Leboyer's Birth Without Violence first appread in 1975, his theory generated widespread controversy. Now this classic is finally available in a trade paperback edition, in a highly regarded new translation that captures the sensitivity and poetry of Leboyer's original French work.
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Review: Birth without ViolenceUser Review - Jessica - Goodreads
Incredible and profound piece of art. Leboyer describes birth from the perspective of the child as it experiences the trauma of being separated from the omniscient, perpetually nurtured state of the ... Read full review
Review: Birth without ViolenceUser Review - Gabbie - Goodreads
This book gives a completely different perspective of the life and personality of newborns and of the constant cycle of life. It shows that the first moments of life have a profound impact on the rest of our days and opens up your mind to a new world of thinking. Read full review