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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - thebookpile - LibraryThing
I can appreciate how this book is historically significant for being one of the first books advocating for a more natural birth process. However, it just isn't very good. Many other books published since are much more useful, complete, and direct. 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