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Men, Love & Birth

The book about being present at birth that your pregnant lover wants you to read
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Men, Love & Birth by Mark Harris
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The birth of a baby is an intimate, transformative event in the life of any couple. In this extraordinary book, Mark Harris, one of only 90 practising male midwives in the UK, offers dads and birth partners the keys to understanding what happens in pregnancy, in the delivery room, and beyond. Through Marks distinctive direct, yet un-embarrassedly profound approach readers will learn how to be aware, present, and offer practical support to the birthing mothe

Author Biography

"I am registered as a midwife and nurse. I love being around people, always have as long as I can remember; having five sisters and three brothers afforded me plenty of practice and now with five children of my own and four grandchildren (another on the way), I have lots of opportunity to indulge my people passion. The choices I have made in my professional life have been shaped by this gregarious inclination. I have trained and worked as a Nurse, Midwife, Teacher in Further Education, hypnotherapist, NLP trainer, out reach youth worker. I still work as a Midwife offering a birth education through a programme called, Birthing For Blokes (@Birthing4Blokes). Work and play often merge for me." Men, Love & Birth is Mark's first book. His website is here.
Release date NZ
September 7th, 2015
Foreword by Denis Walsh
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Pinter & Martin Ltd.
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