The links to these resources change often; generally you can find a current link if you google the exact title and the source of the title, or better yet if you use a meta search engine such as Dogpile or Surfwax (a meta search engine searches more than one site at once and most of them include "google").. If anyone needs help locating a current link for a particular article please PM me.
The list itelf can be overwhelming. For those that go into information overload just looking at it my suggestion is that you take a relaxed approach rather than look at it as a do or die mission. Try lots of skin to skin cuddling, baby wearing, co-sleeping, bathing with baby, etc., etc., etc.
Keep in mind that there are usually two components with relactation. The obvious one is mom's supply. For supply issues in general check out the supply "sticky" at the top of this BF'ing Challenges forum.
The other component is baby's nursing skills. The bonding, cuddling, etc. probably stimulates mom's milk production hormones. Any suckling further stimulates production and gives DC a chance to practice their nursing skills. Therefore the more opportunities DC has to "help themselves" in a relaxed, no pressure atmosphere, the better. Co-sleeping is ideal since your prolactin levels are higher overnight; and DC is less likely to be hungry and therefore less likely to be frustrated if they aren't getting a lot of milk for their efforts. Bathing together is often described as "re-birthing" in relactation literature and may be ideal for giving DC a chance to re-discover the nursing instinct; as opposed to having to merely learning a complicated set of nursing skills.
There are some obvious safety issues with co-sleeping and bathing together (re-birthing). There is a Kellymom article titled something along the lines of "The Family Bed" which includes safety tips for co-sleeping. Some articles will suggest having another adult nearby when bathing with baby. This is especially important if warm baths make you sleepy.
I am particularly intrigued by the whole concept of rebirthing. There have been a couple of interesing anecdotes, not all of them directly related to relactation, that tend to suggest that a warm bath is especially conducive to a relaxed, playful, bonding experience.
I wish I could link one heart warming story from a mom whose husband coerced her into premature weaning at about 3 months. Months and months later she was taking a bath with her DC and she stretched towards mom and and latched on ... whether the womblike environment re-booted her instincts or whether she was just playing around, that put her on the road to relactation.
Anywhoo. I hope I don't come across as some sort of know it all. I'm not speaking from personal experience here but I have had my share of supply issues due to Working and Pumping. In the process of researching my problems I came across a lot of info on this topic.
Again, if anyone needs a current link on a particular article please feel free to PM me.