The Attachment Pregnancy - review

I was given a copy of The Attachment Pregnancy from the authors to review their book here. And I'm so glad I did!

I appreciate this book. I appreciate this book because it is holistic and applicable. The Attached Pregnancy allows for a bridge between the mainstream and the alternative, science and intuition. It brings what we know into what we Know and provides the groundwork for an attached, aware, and empowered pregnancy.

In the first section, the author’s breakdown Be-ing, explain how stress can affect your pregnancy and baby, offer easily achievable exercises to change mental and emotional attitudes in pregnancy, and outline how to become a conscious individual. Likewise, through worksheets and thought-provoking questions, they detail how to build supportive relationships and set boundaries for your own health and well-being.

The rest of the book delves deeper into these first-section principles, showing how to apply them in the first trimester, second trimester, throughout labor and birth, and new parenting.

One thing that I believe is done particularly well in this book is the use of chapter reviews. As I was working my way through it, it was very helpful to have a condensed review, along with applicable questions to encourage deeper understanding.

This is not a book about labor and birth, it’s not a book about anatomy and the trimesters of pregnancy. It’s not even a how-to for parenting. This book is a self-guide for tapping into our innate knowledge and intuition – two conscious’ that are very important, and often overlooked, to pregnancy and parenthood.

I would highly recommend this book to my clients, particularly those who are interested in forging a stronger bond with their unborn baby and their conscious self in order to make the best choices for themselves during pregnancy, labor, and new parenting.

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