B.Y.O.B. Birth Your Own Beliefs.
How to Stand in Your Power in Birth by Being a Conscious Consumer, Without Wasting Time, Energy, and Money on False Promises.
I know you are a busy person, so I’ll be brief. I need your input. I’m finishing up the creation of a course on being a conscious consumer. I want to make sure I include all the important information, so please let me know the burning question on your mind about how to become a conscious consumer as it relates to having a baby. No question is out of the question. Type your question in the box and click submit. In exchange for your input, I’ll give you free access to the 6-week live online masterclass that’s starting Tuesday January 30 2018.
LIMITED TO THE FIRST 100 PEOPLE
The class will be $188 in the future, but you’ll get free access once you let me know your #1 question.
- Are you pregnant or getting ready?
- Are you spending hours researching the best method of childbirth?
- Are you feeling overwhelmed by information overload?
- Are you tired of advice from well-meaning friends, family, co-workers and compete strangers?
You need to learn where to find accurate information, and you need to know that you have a choice in every aspect of your care. Information is the most valuable commodity. Once you become the conscious consumer, you ask the questions and call the shots. This changes everything!!
I want you to stand in your power and take charge.
Betsy's Back Story
I was scared before I gave birth the first time in 1989, mainly about what to do with this thing when he came out, and a little bit about the birth itself. I didn’t know really know anything about childbirth, or babies, and I figured I would get through the birth somehow. I took a childbirth class but wasn’t fully present, as I had been in the middle of being left single, by my now deceased ex-husband, and was feeling alone, lost and ashamed.
After a 36 hour labor with Pitocin (induction agent) and Stadol (sedative), I gave birth vaginally in the hospital. The birth of my first son is what led me on the career path as a doula, and a doula trainer, and now a board game creator, and course creator.
Before I gave birth the second time, I learned that the hospital is not the only place available to give birth. I chose a homebirth because it felt like the safest place to be. More importantly, I learned that I could make that choice.
I have learned so much about childbirth, parenting, breastfeeding, and what women experience in birth. in the last 28 years. I want to share what I know with you. You don’t have to become a doula, and you don’t have to go through a traumatic birth in order to stand in your power. You also don’t have to spend endless hours online, or lots of money.
I’m looking forward to meeting you in the class, and hearing your questions, and sharing what I know.