All She Wanted Was Her Socks: Bolivia’s First Doula

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Midwifery Today, Issue 132, Winter 2019.Join Midwifery Today Website Membership The United States’ use of doulas during childbirth is on the rise. A 2012 survey conducted by Evidence Based Births indicated that 6% of the births in the US are conducted with the assistance of a doula, up… Read more…. All She Wanted Was Her Socks: Bolivia’s First Doula
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About Author: R. Gurley

R. Gurley runs rgurleyrevolution.com, sharing the stories of women around the world. Her writing credits include articles in Coping, Lehigh Valley Woman’s Journal, HitchLit, and Inlandia. She holds an MFA in creative writing and works as an online English teacher.

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