Birthing Better VBAC families would love you to learn our skills as you’re deciding whether to have a VBAC. Knowing you are skilled will have a huge impact on your decision.
The higher the perceived risks, the more skilled you should become. That’s common sense. Families developed Birthing Better skills to feel more skilled.
Families developed Birthing Better skills to 1) try to reduce/prevent ‘issues’ from becoming ‘problems’ 2) cope, manage and feel in control even in challenging or horrible circumstances.
Birthing Better VBAC families want you to ask this question: ‘Why should I choose or not to choose to become skilled to birth my baby?” We chose skills and use them to birth our baby.
C-sections are done for 3 reasons: medical emergency, slow dilation of cervix, women not coping well. All 3 benefit from learning and using birth and coaching skills.
Families who developed Birthing Better VBAC skills had an order to achieve a VBAC. 1) Prepare our body for birth 2) Learn birth and coaching skills. 3) Use our Birthing Better skills throughout our birth.
Whatever the reason for a previous Caesarean, both of you need excellent skills to achieve a VBAC. VBAC families developed Birthing Better VBAC online course. We know how.
Your previous Caesarean might have felt very surreal. Fathers and mothers developed Birthing Better VBAC skills. We want to feel in control throughout our baby’s birth. Start now.
Your focus should be to learn skills that prepare your pregnant body to let a big object out and learn skills to cope with the natural occurring pain of labor contractions.
Birth and birth-coaching skills are so essential, particularly if there is an emergency. In other words, become skilled and use your skills to birth your baby even if you’re terrified.