Coming Full Circle: My Return to Midwifery

Every midwife knows what it feels like to return home after a long, challenging birth. The moment your home comes into view, the soft creak of the porch steps, the hushed house, the deep sigh as you finally sink into bed. I am experiencing that right now, as I return to my much beloved midwifery practice after 20 years away.
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About Author: Lois Wilson

Lois Wilson has been serving women and families as a midwife, teacher, activist, and advocate since 1986. She believes that birth is a sacred and natural event and that all birthing families deserve the best support. She also believes that we should choose our teachers and mentors wisely because we will become like them. Lois is the founder and director of True Heart Birthing, a doula training program that is set apart by our deep faith in natural birthing and our belief that a hands-on, mentoring approach to learning the art, heart, and skills essential to your doula practice is far superior to institutional and online learning. She is committed to keeping the true heart of birthing alive and thriving, and passing it on to the next generation.

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