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Birth Trauma: A Guide for You, Your Friends and Family to Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Following Birth Paperback – 28 Jun 2013
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'An excellent book about the difficult, and often misunderstood, condition that is birth trauma. Highly recommend - clearly written, concise and practical. Useful for birth trauma sufferers, partners and friends as well as valuable for NCT practitioners.' NATIONAL CHILDBIRTH TRUST (NCT) 'An important, readable and cathartic book for anyone who has had a difficult birth, the kind that haunts you months or even years later. Suitable for women whether they have been diagnosed with PTSD/PND or not, as well as friends, family and health professionals.' MUMSNET 'A thorough, thoughtful, helpful book - an invaluable aide for friends and family of birth trauma sufferers' MUMMY SAYS
About the Author
Kim Thomas has been a freelance journalist for 14 years, with her work appearing in a number of national newspapers including The Guardian, The Independent, The Times and the Financial Times. Kim has written extensively about pregnancy, birth and parenting and is currently press officer for the Birth Trauma Association.
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If you or someone you know experienced a difficult birth, and whether you have been diagnosed with birth trauma or not, I thoroughly recommend this book - not just for the person who gave birth but for their partner, family and friends as it offers advice for everyone on what it is, how to deal with it and importantly how to over come it. Thoroughly recommend.
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