Fear: Your Best Friend

Fear: Your Best Friend

I used to fear fear. I hated being afraid. It made me feel vulnerable and not in control. And I was a control freak. That was until I became pregnant. As soon as I conceived, I became full of fear. Being a midwife did not help me. I knew so many things that could go...

Blissful Birth: Birth Your Way is a one-day workshop

Your Pregnancy journey so far Physiology of labour and childbirth How To Think: Your Thoughts affect the outcome of labour and childbirth How to Tune In To Your Baby: Tune In To Your Baby model (4‑step approach) Birth planning and preparing for labour and childbirth...

Ruth Oshikanlu speaking at 8th Annual CNO BME Conference

The Chief Nursing Officer’s for England’s Black and Minority Ethnic Strategic Advisory Group 8th Annual Conference has the theme: Courageous about care, bold about innovations. It will be held at The Royal College of Nursing Headquarters on Friday 28th October 2016....

I was sooooo close to losing my baby

October 9- 15th was Baby Loss Awareness week. It’s been such an emotional one reading many women’s stories of losing their babies either in pregnancy, labour and childbirth or after birth. Last week, I attended a support group where so many in attendance...

It’s not going to plan! Managing You!

When you first discover you’re pregnant you have a set idea in your head as to how that pregnancy will progress. You visualise the end result; see yourself hold your new baby and imagine how it feels to be a mother. Just the word “mother” sets off sparks of...


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