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remi1328 Thu 11-Jan-18 12:19:20

I hope that you can help me with my research project at college

I am discussing birth trauma and action that needs to be taken to make women more aware!

Thank you

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CheapSausagesAndSpam Thu 11-Jan-18 12:31:02

I'll do it because I think it's a very important issue.

However I must question your approach...

The purpose of my research project is to find out if women should be made more aware of birth trauma

I think the question is not should women be made more aware of birth trauma but if PEOPLE should be.

Men...expectant Fathers especially, should be included in the equasion.

It's an issue which is very misunderstood and that means that the very person closest to a woman...the Father of her child...is often ill-equipped to support her.

The world in general needs to know more.

Women already know enough once they've had a baby.

Roomba Thu 11-Jan-18 12:35:15

Done! Good luck with the project.

emsyj37 Fri 12-Jan-18 17:11:23

Are you aware of a relatively new charity who may be able to help? The Birth Trauma Association. Worth a Google.

Copperbeaches Sat 13-Jan-18 00:19:03

Done after just suffering myself

Opheliasgoldenwine Sat 13-Jan-18 00:57:43

Done!

Mrsknackered Sat 13-Jan-18 09:07:19

Done!

Agree with PP about it being 'people', I know people who have had traumatic births and some men really aren't aware of how long recovery can be, and how to help with recovery

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