All expecting mothers have an innate ability to give birth safely and naturally, but there are so many stories of traumatic births that it can create a deep anxiety that you won’t be in control when you go into labour.
In steps experienced mum-of-three, doula and Active Birth Associate, Nicole Croft. In her book, The Good Birth Companion, she takes the fear out of labour in a refreshing way. This isn’t another birth book that regurgitates that same things.
The Good Birth Companion is packed with wise advice and simple skills to prepare you mentally and physically, Nicole tells you everything you need to know to ensure that you have a very positive experience giving birth, whether you labour naturally or require medical intervention.
Nicole Croft took some time out to speak with Motherswhowork.co.uk’s founder and editor Joycellyn Akuffo, talking about her book and, of course, how to have a smooth labour! Listen to the podcasts below and share this page with your mum-to-be friends.
Founder and editor of www.motherswhowork.co.uk, a mother of two wonderful children, wife, entrepreneur (check out www.geekschool.co.uk) and journalist.