The gentle greeting: an obstetrician's guide to planning a loving pregnancy and birth experience

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Sourcebooks, Apr 1, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 169 pages
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An Obstetrician's Guide to Planning a Loving Pregnancy and Birth Experience.

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GENTLE GREETING

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Borrowing from classic "natural childbirth" philosophers Read, Leboyer, and Lamaze, Texas obstetrician Cole offers a refreshing perspective on the power of the mind over reproduction with a spiritual ... Read full review

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Positive outlook on birth and how visualization and communicating with baby in utero can impact the experience. Promotes natural labor & delivery, but accepting of mother's choice to use anesthesia. Pretty quick read. Read full review

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Contents

Pregnancy Planning and Prenatal Care
4
Welcome New Life
11
Use the Power of Love
25
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About the author (1998)

Cole earned his medical degree at the University of Missouri and practices obstetrics and gynecology in Palestine, Texas.

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