Recovering from Birth Trauma

This blog is the third in a series of three exploring the experience of birth trauma. In the first blog, I provided a model for understanding how birth trauma happens and why it’s so debilitating. In the second, I shared some real life stories of some of my clients and how birth trauma affected them. […]

Stories of Birth Trauma

In my previous blog, Understanding Birth Trauma, I provided a context and a model for understanding what actually happens during birth trauma and why it’s so debilitating. If you haven’t read that one yet, then have a quick look before reading further. In this blog, I want to share some of my clients’ stories with […]

Understanding Birth Trauma

Birth trauma is so common in our modern world that it’s accepted as ‘normal’. Yet it’s not normal, nor is it what nature intended. In the next three blogs, I’ll be unpacking the issue of birth trauma to shed some light on this distressing experience. In this blog, I provide a model to help you […]

Polycystic Ovaries and the Ecology of the Female Body

Uterine tube, SEM   One of my friends rang me recently with the news: “I’ve been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome.” Twenty years ago, I heard this diagnosis too. On the ultrasound, my ovaries looked like bunches of grapes. However, despite the state of my ovaries, I didn’t have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) which has […]


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