Soul Talk: Birth without pain- Impossible?

A birth without fear or pain. Impossible! That is at least what I hear from everyone around me. “Pain that I have never had before”, “Agonizing”, “Painful”.
All terms that fall into place. By chance I stumbled over “Hypnobirthing”.
A hypnosis program that promises to gently accompany the women through the birth. At first glance very exciting for me. When you think about going through such a precious moment in peace instead of pain. I suspect that we will remember the birth in a completely different way. But are the women then like in a trance and can they still remember the birth at all? We really wanted to know more, and so we talked to Franziska Olm, course instructor of Rundum Hypnobirthing.

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Soul Talk: Profession Doula – A Friend or a Servant?

It’s time. Suddenly we come to an age where baby swimming, our households and everyone’s wedding becomes our the topics of conversation. I think it’s actually called growing up. And yes, somehow I get to this age where I’m slowly thinking about it. And the more time passes, the more I observe and talk to recent mothers. Everyone says the same thing. Birth is an overwhelming experience, an inexplicable miracle. Sometimes it just seems to me that women are lonely or overwhelmed and need support. More than a midwife can give. This is exactly what a Doula is for. Someone who has an open ear for worries and fears and also supports in the household a bit. For me an absolute must in my future pregnancy. We met with Laurie, a very special Doula from Berlin and wanted to learn more about her and this exciting profession.

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Soul Talk: My child is disabled

“Sometimes I think it’s all too much, I can’t take it anymore. And then, out of nowhere, there it is again, this power that drives me. –
An interview with an inspiring, strong mother and her life with a seriously ill child.
Interview with: “Gaby* (Alias).

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