It's such an ongoing issue - What role should partners play in the decision making surrounding the birth of their child? Despite all the steps forward that we've made in bringing awareness to the fact that care providers CANNOT make decisions for us, we still see so many women being dictated to by their partners.
So just what role SHOULD our partners play? And how do we ensure that the role that they play is positive and actually helps us to step into OUR power?
April is caesarean awareness month and this year I want to explore the idea of the "failed VBAC". And the feelings that come with not achieving a much desired outcome that you worked bloody hard for. The take home message is: Failing to achieve your goal DOES NOT make you or your birth a failure. But we also don't need to be afraid of the word fail.
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