Author Shares Spiritual Experience: Orgasms Can Add Joy to Natural Childbirth

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Traditionally childbirth has been associated with being almost an intolerable, painful experience. But a new book by Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff reveals that pain can actually be turned into pleasure through a woman’s own natural orgasms.


Born In Orgasmic Bliss promotes the natural birth experience and helps women overcome fear and pain

Childbirth is one of the most natural and empowering events in a woman’s life.

Can a woman experience a truly blissful childbirth and turn agony into ecstasy? According to Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff, author of “Born In Orgasmic Bliss: Turn Your Contractions into Expansions,” this can happen.

“Childbirth is one of the most natural and empowering events in a woman’s life, yet the movies portray it as a horrific ordeal and an opportunity for a woman to scream and accuse everyone around her,” said Wycoff, who is a mother, author and birthing educator.

Wycoff added that there has been a negative light cast on childbirth. “Could the way Hollywood presents childbirth explain why Cesarean sections and the attitude of being 'knocked out and scheduling births for the convenience of the mother' reflect society's’ aversion to pain?”

“Born In Orgasmic Bliss: Turn Your Contractions into Expansions” will help any woman who is interested in learning how to include her partner in the birthing experience and increase the intimacy and bond between mother, partner and baby for a safe and natural birth of their child. Wycoff takes readers inside a personal, natural childbirth experience. The journey stems from her personal diary and offers advice for mothers-to-be on how to have a deeper prenatal connection while they overcome fear and anxiety during labor to welcome in a new breed of integrated children.

“Women can journey through labor and birth in all different ways,” explains childbirth educator and doula, Debra Pascali-Bonaro, in a 2008 article in the New York Times. “And there are a lot more options out there, to make this a positive and pleasurable experience.” Pascali-Bonaro created a documentary called, “Orgasmic Birth,” which showcased several women who experienced this type of childbirth.

Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff is a Denver, CO based author who has worked previously at Entertainment Tonight as a lead story segment producer where she wrote, directed and edited. Since 1985, Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff has been writing with her first book published in 2012 entitled, Shadow of the Sun, an award-winning paranormal historical fiction set in ancient Egypt. She is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, the Crested Butte Writers, AuthorU, and the Egyptian Study Society. Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff currently has a Masters Degree in Metaphysics, a Ph.D. in Comparative Religion with Sedona University, and is finishing the Egyptology Certificate through the University of Manchester in Great Britain. Her new organization, WOMBSisterhood, meaning Women's Orgasmic Mindful Birth Sisterhood, was founded to teach women how to overcome fear and pain and turn childbirth into a bliss-filled experience.

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