Thursday, 19 December 2013

Natural Birth Stories by Shannon Brown-Review and giveaway

My Review: 

Natural Birth Stories is an incredible read ! I encourage women of all ages to read it. The aim of Natural Birth Stories is to empower and encourage women to give birth in a more natural. Or at least, to not be afraid of birth/ Often, women are shown only the dangerous side of birth, but Natural Birth Stories encompasses so much. 

Shannon describes a natural birth as one without medication or medical intervention. Of course, there are situations when a natural birth is impossible. However, women should have a say in the process as being informed about birth is a human right.
There are various chapters describing different women's experiences at having a natural birth. Additionally, there are chapters on care providers, contractions, nutrition and exercise and how a birth plan

This book is very realistic. As well, it doesn't new/ expectant mothers at all. It is a very handy guide to have. Natural Birth Stories is very accessible and it is easy to look up what you want to read. I really enjoyed this book. I think all expectant mothers should read this. It is definitely worthy of 5 stars- Well written with no grammatical issues. 

Learn more here:
http://www.growingslower.com/p/positive-natural-birth-stories-project.html


Coupon Code

Shannon offered a coupon code valid for 2 weeks after this post. ( A 20% discount!)

Coupon Code: FREEBIRTH

As well,you can enter to win your copy. Only one entry is mandatory. Shannon Brown has generously offered to send one of our readers a copy of her book.


Disclosure: GlutenFree+2 is not responsible for the supplying the prize. I received a copy of Natural Birth Stories for free in exchange for an honest review. 

5 comments:

  1. having JUST had (3 days ago) my 2nd natural birth, i really think books like this are crucial for advocacy. so many people did not understand my choices!

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    1. I agree- there is a lot of misinformation out there.

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  2. patricia furlong1 January 2014 at 16:51

    i would love to hear more stories about natural birth

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  3. i agree! there were a whole bunch of stuff that i didnt know

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  4. Two of my cousins had natural births and I loved hearing their story. If I ever have another child I would love to try a natural birth.

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