All experiences are part of the whole of women and the beautiful and spiritual, life-affirming process of creating children.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
Can a woman learn childbirth lessons from another’s personal account of labor and delivery? According to Dr. Merrie P. Wycoff, author of “Born In Orgasmic Bliss: Turn Your Contractions into Expansions,” the answer is Yes.
“Every woman’s birth experience is a unique and personal journey,” said Wycoff, who is a mother, author and doula-in-training. “No two births are exactly alike and no woman’s journey through the birth process is like another’s. This is why sharing our stories about our own childbirth experiences are so important.”
Wycoff added that personal experience is valid when it comes to childbirth education. “All experiences are part of the whole of women and the beautiful and spiritual, life-affirming process of creating children.”
“Born In Orgasmic Bliss: Turn Your Contractions into Expansions” gives women a chance to explore childbirth education in order to learn how to increase the intimacy and bond between mother, partner and baby. Wycoff addresses a personal journey in order to help mothers-to-be understand that fear and anxiety can be overcome during labor through orgasms, and will offer a welcoming experience which will create a new breed of left and right brain integrated children.
According to childbirth educator, Becky Morgan, in her July 24, 2012 article, Birth – a Medical Condition or a Physiologic Process? labor and delivery should be “a normal, physiologic process for which every effort should be made to produce and maintain optimal conditions.” She added that it is important “to understand what normal, physiologic birth is and how to support it.”
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 an 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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