This gentleman knows what he’s talking about. A woman needs a supportive partner when she is expecting. Having support creates the best possible body chemistry and optimizes neurological development for the baby. The way a child comes into the world is of great consequence. There is a reason that if a child needs intervention services in school, a “social/emotional development history” packet is sent home. The RtI (Response to Intervention) team takes into account the situations and circumstances of gestation, birth, and development because they all affect the brain and consequenty have an impact of academic performance.
I wanted to approach the subject of what some people may call a “Birthing Coach.” Due to the recent joyous findings of my first born, due in June of this year, I wanted to talk a little about being a support system for my fiance.~
- Always Be Soft:
The birthing process from start to finish is a delicate situation that can change at any minute. In order to be a good support system for your partner be soft in your approach to her needs.
2. Always Be Open:
Always consider other ways of doing things. Sometimes there might be situations in which you only…
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