We are pleased to launch the Maryland Birth Network
on March 19th!
Maryland Birth Network 's mission is to promote the
awareness and availability of mother-friendly maternity care.
* Birth is a normal, healthy process, not an illness or disease.
* Empowering births can take place in birth centers, hospitals and
* Women are entitled to complete and accurate information on their
full range of options for pregnancy, birth, post-partum and
* Women have a right to make health care decisions for themselves and
their babies. That right includes Informed Consent as well as
Come join local childbirth professionals and pregnant mom's for an afternoon of wisdom sharing, networking and fun!
This gathering will take place at Studio Seven
2122 St. Paul Street
We hope you will forward this to all pregnant women and childbirth
professionals in your contact list.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact :
Or visit our website for more information:
I do find it interesting that I am seeing brand new mothering members signing up on tribes to promote this gripe blog though... Its a fraction of a larger number of people who are on board with and working for Brio to succeed. I don't want to invest a bunch of energy into their negativity and instead focus on our goal of educating large numbers of women about unhindered and empowered birth.
Of the names listed, I know most of them (myself being amongst them). This is not why any of them left. I would love to know who of the list is accused as such.
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