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Ep. 36: What are the effects of birth trauma on the birthing parent and child?

When you think back to your birth, do you recall it fondly? The way they say you're supposed to feel about this momentous moment? Or do you try to block it out? Cry about it? Feel like it was an event you don't even want to remember? For too many families, birth isn't a peaceful event or even a happy one, but something that brings longer lasting traumas for all. Though many tend to think that if baby is healthy, there's no reason for this, unfortunately a healthy baby does not mean there was no trauma. This week I am honoured to have spoken with Dr. Kathy Kendall-Tackett, the leader in research on birth trauma about how it happens, what it can look like, the various effects of it afterwards on the family, but also what others can do to help heal and how we can reduce the frequency of such trauma going forward. It doesn't matter who you are or your own experience, this is an issue that is vital for all of us to understand and work to change. Dr. Kathy Kendall-Tackett: https://www.kathleenkendall-tackett.com/ Breastfeeding Doesn't Need to Suck: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/cu/NWqSl5o Mailing List for Kathy: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/WqxRlCF Facebook (The Book): https://www.facebook.com/BFdoesntneedtosuck Relevant Articles from Our Discussion: https://connect.springerpub.com/content/sgrcl/10/3/101 https://connect.springerpub.com/content/sgrcl/5/2/51.abstract https://www.proquest.com/docview/1694535127?pq-origsite=gscholar&fromopenview=true https://connect.springerpub.com/content/sgrcl/5/2/56.abstract https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-05116-1_10

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