Fathers-to-be MUST learn great birth coaching skills!
As a father-to-be who is being asked to support a vbac or vaginal birth after a Cesarean YOU must first learn how to help your pregnant partner to prepare her pregnant body to become a birthing body. Having a vbac starts during pregnancy.
Fathers-to-be have LOTS of questions about VBACS.
Here are some audio podcasts of FAQS:
Our child almost died and now my wife wants a VBAC
I want my wife to have a VBAC but she's afraid
Is a home birth best for a VBAC?
Is a hospital VBAC best?
Medical issues require my wife to have a non-laboring Cesarean but she wanted a VBAC
My partner says she'll never get over a failed VBAC
How can I best support my wife's VBAC?
What is a trial of labor for a VBAC?
Obstetricians do want you to achieve a VBAC
Why women want a VBAC
My wife wants a VBAC and I'm terrified
'Wishful thinking didn't give my wife the birth she wanted. Without a doubt, her vbac success came from our combined birth skills ... thanks to The Pink Kit Package. Skills might be very romantic but if a woman is feeling pain during a contraction, circling the White Light around it doesn't cut the mustard. At the end of the day, it's knowing how to breathe well.
Paul M.G ...
'My wife knew she caved during the birth of our daughter. I don't blame her. Labor HURTS. But I didn't know how to help her. Until The Pink Kit Package, I had absolutely no coaching skills. I just reacted to her pain. This time I kept her focused and she did it.'
Karl, Loretta and our three little ones...
Your role as a dad-to-be supporting a vaginal birth after a cesarean delivery has been UNDERVALUED until now!
- Discover why you need to 'coach' rather than 'support' your birthing partner.
- Learn the specific birth language rather than just telling her to 'relax' ... which doesn't work!
- Help the pregnant woman open her body for birth and give up any misconception that a woman needs strong muscles to push her baby out.
- Learn to maintain your objective skills even when she has the natural pain in childbirth ... keep her using her birth skills during her vbac.
Check out the Pink Kit Birthing Better Childbirth Skills.
The romance of birth coaching skills.
You can feel confident about your up coming birth rather than have fear of childbirth pain.
You must work hard to achieve a VBAC and you do not know how important your role as father-to-be is.
There are so many reasons why the pregnant woman you care about is seeking a VBAC. For whatever reason, she has a large object that must come through her birthing body. She, like all birthing women, must remain open, mobile and soft inside her birthing body.
As a father-to-be who wants to help her achieve a vaginal birth you must help her stay open, remain mobile and soft inside her body. The first step is to prepare her pregnant body.
‘We weren't successful in having a vbac this time but at least time we knew it was essential so we were grateful we live in a modern country. Next time we'll succeed.
Chevron and Heidi B...
‘There was no doctor or hospital who supported our desire to have a vbac so we did the birth ourselves. The Pink Kit Package was our bible of birth preparation and the language of skills we used. We couldn't have planned a more beautiful birth and no one could have given it to us.'
Wayne and Janice B...
Absolutely no other childbirth preparation resource or class will you give you these remarkable and practical childbirth skills, childbirth skills and Childbirth Skills. Birthing Better Pink Kit skills are the only birth coaching skills that can realistically help you move from 'hoping' to achieving your VBAC.
Laziness can cause cesarean deliveries.
As a father-to-be who supports a vaginal birth after a Caesarean delivery, there is no excuse for going into birth without well-learned coaching skills.
Act now. Start now. More than any other group of expectant parents, vbac fathers-to-be and vbac mothers-to-be must work harder to achieve their goal of a vaginal birth after Caesarean. Creating a Birth Plan and gathering information are NOT enough to have success.
Your partner needs her birth skills AND you need coaching skills and it takes time to learn them.
As a dad supporting a vbac you must ...
- Be able to read your partner's body language and help her reduce any INTERNAL tension ... immediately.
- Be able to hear accurately whether she is using tense breathing patterns ... and help instantaneously.
- Give her specific places to relax rather than using a general, meaningless term.
And check out The Just For .... Fathers-to-be supporting VBAC as well.
There is a CD talk for first time fathers and first time mothers. These conversations are specifically targeted to very special circumstances. You will find these amazing birth skills NOWHERE else ... guaranteed!
You will NEVER regret your decision to become a skilled father-to-be who supports a VBAC.