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#31 of 31 Old 03-14-2009, 04:47 PM
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Are you an RN with a masters to be a practicing midwife? If you are, I'd get a job working for a clinic. I know you love doing homebirths, and god bless you for it, but if I were you (and I know I'm not), I'd get a 9-4 job in an obgyn's office or birthing center and offer waterbirth, hypnobirth, etc. It's not at home, but it would allow you a standard of living above the poverty line.
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