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Let Down Meditations For Nursing Mothers
In this short work, M. Zapp offers meditations for breastfeeding moms who struggle with the let down reflex. The frustrations of let down issues can have a huge impact on the continuation of your breastfeeding. Don't miss this introductory guide to helping your body do its work for your baby! With a foreword by Bea Rowell, RM, LM, CPM, a licensed midwife of 14 years and owner of Labor of Love Birth Center. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Breastfeeding can be a dream experience of bonding with your baby. It can also be a painful, frustrating nightmare that results in both new moms and old hands at breastfeeding throwing in the towel and going for the formula. And sometimes that's just what is necessary. If it seems like your nursing issues aren't the typical ones, or that your milk is drying up, it's possible you're suffering from let down issues. While this book doesn't diagnose what breastfeeding issues you may be having, it does offer a method to aid your body in the let down reflex. Based on the intimate connection between the mind, the body, and your baby's affect on both, it utilizes relaxation techniques you likely learned in prenatal classes and implements them in different ways. At the time of this publication, the author is a mother of five, ages 7 and under. She breastfed all of her children, with greater and lesser success, and discovered these meditations while attempting to find a way to relax in the midst of her busy (and loud) family life.
Make parish nursing an alternative to shrinking healthcare resources
Because of shrinking healthcare resources, both human and monetary, parish nurses in the future will be called upon to deal with rising numbers of elderly and the end-of-life issues that accompany aging. Parish Nursing: A Handbook for the New Millennium is a guide to designing programs that can complement a congregation's ministry priorities for senior adults, identifying strengths to reinforce and weaknesses to avoid. Stories from the fields of service capture the sweat equity and history of the re-emergence of nursing in churches.
Parish Nursing: A Handbook for the New Millennium is a practical planning guide for parish nurses and congregational committee members with limited experience in program development. Suitable for use with multiple faith traditions, the book demonstrates how to take responsibility for health ministries without leaning on direction from local hospitals. Parish Nursing presents multiple practice models, intervention strategies, and methods of program evaluation responsive to boundaries and traditions of various communities of faith.
Parish Nursing includes: conceptual frameworks program design options outlines from field-tested training modules program evaluation options and challenges and much more In 2001, there were 35 million people over the age of 65 living in the United States--a number that's expected to double in the next 10 years. The American Academy of Family Physicians estimates that nearly 20 percent of family doctors are no longer accepting new Medicare patients. Parish Nursing: A Handbook for the New Millennium is an essential resource for nurses, pastors, and church leaders starting a parish nurse ministry to deal with the growing number of "forgotten" elderly persons.
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