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June 1, 2010


June 1, 2010

Birth Roots is to the perinatal phase (9 months before and 9 months after birth) what a doula is to the hours of labor and childbirth, an advocate for acknowledging and meeting a birthing woman's non-clinical needs to feel safe and central to her process of becoming a mother, both physically and emotionally. Women who participate in the Birth Roots Community gain increased self-awareness about their transition and are much less likely to feel traumatized by the birth process and are more able to employ skills and resources for preventing postpartum depression.

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watching a community of mothers/families learn to rely on each other, benefiting from my own "Flock" of parents to grow with, helping first time mothers feel confident and competent through this vulnerable time.

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

the level of connection I feel to other women during a time [early parenting] when many women are most likely to feel isolated and alone.

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About every week

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distribute our Free Perinatal Resource Guide & Outreach materials around Greater Portland
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