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eBook Mindful Birthing: Training the Mind, Body, and Heart for Childbirth and Beyond download ISBN: 006196395X
Author: Nancy Bardacke
Publisher: HarperOne; Original edition (July 10, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 384
ePub: 1795 kb
Fb2: 1818 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Womens Health

With Mindful Birthing, Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife and mindfulness teacher, lays out her innovative program for pregnancy

With Mindful Birthing, Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife and mindfulness teacher, lays out her innovative program for pregnancy. Nancy Bardacke, RN, CNM, MA, is the founding director of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting (MBCP) program, which she currently leads at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. She is also an assistant clinical professor in the UCSF School of Nursing.

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Mindful Birthing book. With Mindful Birthing, Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife and mindfulness teacher, lays out her innovative program for pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond.

With Mindful Birthing, Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife and mindfulness teacher, lays out her innovative program for pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond.

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Nancy Bardacke, founder of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting . Bardacke is working on a book, Mindful Birthing: Training the Mind, Body, and Heart for Childbirth and Beyond, to be published by HarperCollins in winter 2011.

Nancy Bardacke, founder of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting Education Program, was among the many presenters at this year’s conference. Pregnancy, birth, and early parenting is the most transformative period in the adult life cycle, Bardacke said when I talked to her about the significance of her work. The experiences that emerge during this time can be some of the most stressful of people’s lives. Nothing really prepares you for it.

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Written by Nancy Bardacke, Audiobook narrated by Nancy Bardacke, Donna Postel Mindful Birthing.

Written by Nancy Bardacke, Audiobook narrated by Nancy Bardacke, Donna Postel. Training the Mind, Body, and Heart for Childbirth and Beyond. Narrated by: Nancy Bardacke, Donna Postel. Length: 15 hrs and 39 mins.

With Mindful Birthing, Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife and mindfulness teacher, lays out her innovative program for pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond. Drawing on groundbreaking research in neuroscience, mindfulness meditation, and mind/body medicine, Bardacke offers practices that will help you find calm and ease during this life-changing time, providing lifelong skills for healthy living and wise parenting. SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF MINDFUL BIRTHING: Increases confidence and decreases fear of childbirth Taps into deep inner resources for working with pain Improves couple communication, connection, and cooperation Provides stress-reducing skills for greater joy and wellbeingAmerican College of Nurse-Midwives' Best Book of the Year Award: 2014
Comments: (7)
Dondallon
This is a great book! I (and several of my friends) however had a really hard time reading it as it's about as riveting as you'd expect a book on this subject to be. All 4 of us purchased the audio version and were able to finish and learned a lot. The guided meditations (which are awesome) are a lot easier to experience via audio book than to read it then practice it. I definitely recommend this book, but if you're prone to drifting off to nap time when you're bored, I would definitely recommend the audiobook
Togar
This is the best possible book I could have read before giving birth to my daughter. I was really worried about the childbirth process, and the class my husband and I took actually made me more nervous, not less (I felt that it focused too much on all the things that can go wrong and not enough on techniques to stay calm and problem solve). Several women in my family have wound up having emergency c-sections, and their stories had me worried. This book really helped me change that outlook and gave my husband and I a ton of great tools for labor and delivery (as well as some great perspective on how to approach new parenthood!).

A lot of the techniques in the book are similar to what you might learn in a childbirth class or in other books on relaxation techniques. But what sets this book apart for me was its wholistic approach to the process. I love that the book speaks to every childbirth experience, from home birth to drug-free to c-section, without judgment. Instead, the focus is on staying present in the process and finding ways to ensure that you and your partner (and doula, doctor/midwife, or other helpers) can deal with wherever the process leads and make decisions that feel right for you. Instead of being afraid of an emergency c-section, I began focusing on my physical experience and the mindfulness methods at my disposal to handle the pain and make sure I delivered a healthy baby.

In the end, many things about my birth experience went as planned (who was in the room, the way my daughter was delivered, and how we recovered afterwards). Other things didn't, like when the birth happened and my hope to go drug free. But through it all, I felt calm and in control (to a point, you can't control everything, but importantly, I didn't feel like I was at the mercy of my doctor or hospital policy). I really credit this book and the mindfulness work I did before birth, including a meditation practice, with helping get me to that point.

Bonus: I love the chapter at the end on maintaining mindfulness after your baby is born, especially the part about shifting from "Industrial Time" to "Agrarian Time". It's one of the shortest sections of the book, but it really stuck with me, especially during those challenging first few months when we were both exhausted and everything is new and a little scary. I still find myself using mindfulness techniques with my daughter a year later, and I sense these tools and techniques will be helpful for many years to come.
Nkeiy
I skimmed quite a bit of this book. I was worried that this would be pretty useless. I have to say it really did help. This was my second delivery, and I wanted to be more prepared for the contractions. I delivered both babies naturally and without medication, and I had a much easier time with the contractions this time around. You can't just read the book, you have to actually practice mindfulness. I wish it had been as helpful with the pushing phase.
crazy mashine
While I've gained some helpful information, a lot of this book is a waste of time. It reads much more like a story, having whole chapters dedicated to what a class session was like, versus ways to implement it on your own. I do like what I have learned, and the snippets she includes from students about things that helped them. But I'd rather it got to the point than tell a story most of the time.
Kulalas
This is the most tedious, self indulgent book I have ever read. Half of the book is just the author bragging about the wonderful birth class she hosts. Bragging disguised as sentimental stories isn't helpful. If you're looking for a book that will actually prepare you for natural birth, go with The Birth Partner.
Vizuru
I recommend every pregnant woman or soon-to-be pregnant woman read this book. No matter what your birth plan is- natural, pain meds, C-section- this is a book for every woman. It helps to remove the fear mongering that is so often attached to birth in this country and has helped me to remain calm and confident as I near my own birth experience. I've been practicing mindfulness for many years and have taken several of the MBSR courses that this book is based on so it was easily adaptable for me in terms of applying my mindfulness practice to child birth. I think this book would be great though for anyone who is new to the practice of mindfulness and equally valuable for someone who already has a practice.

The way any woman's birth experience goes is completely unpredictable but this book gives you the tools to deal with the unknown and rise to the occasion, come what may. Whenever I have a pinch of fear arise regarding my upcoming birth I just pick up this book and am quickly soothed by the author's calming words and wisdom. Unfortunately, there are many women out there who love sharing their horrid child birth experiences with pregnant women, which I find quite insensitive and not helpful. This is the perfect book to counteract such negative input and it has helped me to create a healthier, more positive mindset around child birth.
Pryl
I first read Hypnobirthing and decided it was not for me. Hypnobirthing highly recommends going to a class while reading the book, which was not feasible for me. After reading the book, it also seemed like I would not be able to use those strategies unless I had class instruction.

Mindful Birthing was a much better fit for me. I was already familiar with mindfulness and Jon Labatt Zinn. The book was realistic that the goal was not to avoid pain but to practice mindfulness to better cope with the pain of childbirth. Reading this book also helped me to clarify my own goals for my birth experience and communicate them with my doctor and nurses.