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Breastfeeding and Catholic Motherhood

Author : Sheila Kippley
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Good for you and your baby . . . now and forever! Sheila Kippley shows that not only is breastfeeding the best care you can give your baby, it's also good for you as a Catholic woman. Learn how nursing will deepen your love and develop your habits of meditation and prayer.

Getting Started with Breastfeeding

Author : Gina Peterson
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Mothering through breastfeeding is part of God's beautiful design for mother and baby. This book will: help you get started with breastfeeding, introduce you to ecological breastfeeding, inspire you, encourage you in your mothering journey, and help you grow in your Catholic faith.

Your Vocation of Love

Author : Agnes M. Penny
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Agnes M. Penny Your Vocation of Love is a book by the mother of four young children, who has written this little manual to encourage mothers of young children in their sublime vocation of motherhood and to assist them in this glorious role with scores of practical tips on what to do in the challenging situations that automatically arise in raising and educating a family. Here the author shares with her readers both the spiritual and the practical solutions she has found to the normal problems and struggles women typically experience with motherhood. And she covers these in 34 short but insightful chapters that make a quick read for mothers on the go-who often have only a few minutes reading time to gain some quick but much-needed inspiration. Agnes M. Penny, mother of five, was born the youngest of twelve children in Norwood, Massachusetts. In 1997 she graduated from Christendom College in Virginia, earning a degree in English literature. A year later she married Daniel, a teacher at Allentown Central Catholic High School. Agnes Penny is the author of two maternal-based books entitled Your Labor of Love and Your Vocation of Love. She and her family currently reside in Whitehall, Pennsylvania.

The Seven Standards of Ecological Breastfeeding The Frequency Factor

Author : Sheila Kippley
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Mothers average 14 to 15 months without menstruation after childbirth when they breastfeed according to the Seven Standards of Ecological Breastfeeding. The author analyzes the research and focuses on the seven mothering behaviors that define ecological breastfeeding. This form of baby care is the gold standard of going for the green. It is eminently healthy for mother and baby and will save parents many times the small cost of this life-changing book.

Your Labor of Love

Author : Agnes M. Penny
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In this book, the author shares the very Catholic spiritual solutions she found to the problems and struggles of pregnancy. In 36 short chapters, she covers many topics, including Love's Great Adventure, Tiredness, Mood Swings, Praying for Your Baby, Seeking Physical Comfort, Fearfulness, Bearing Saints, A Long Wait, Marital Difficulties, Post Partum, and many others. A great support for young mothers, it is perfect for women who want to accept the challenges and joys of motherhood according to God's will. Highly practical, truly Catholic and very uplifting.

La Leche League

Author : Jule DeJager Ward
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In 1956, when La Leche League was founded, if a new mother chose to breastfeed rather than bottlefeed her child, she could by no means expect universal support for her decision. Though physicians of the era admitted that breastfeeding was the best method

Ethics and Politics of Breastfeeding

Author : Robyn Lee
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Responding to the most widely read breastfeeding manual, La Leche League's The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, Robyn Lee's The Ethics and Politics of Breastfeeding explores breastfeeding as an art that must be developed through skillful application of effort and distinguished from a merely natural or physiological process. The Ethics and Politics of Breastfeeding challenges the dominant understanding of breastfeeding and cultivates an alternative conception as an ethical, embodied practice of the self. Drawing on the work of Michel Foucault, Emmanuel Levinas, and Luce Irigaray, Lee develops a new understanding of breastfeeding as an "art of living," where the practice is reconsidered in the light of ongoing social inequalities.

Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing The Ecology of Natural Mothering

Author : Sheila Kippley
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This is the updated classic 1974 Harper&Row edition. The research and information differs from The Seven Standards of Ecological Breastfeeding, the latest version of natural child spacing. Both books together would make an excellent gift for a new mother.

Cultural Encyclopedia of the Breast

Author : Merril D. Smith
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Boobs. Tits. Hooters. Knockers. Jugs. Breasts. We celebrate them; we revile them. They nourish us; they kill us. And regardless of what we call them, breasts have fascinated us since prehistoric times. This A-to-Z encyclopedia explores the historical magnitude and cultural significance of the breast over time and around the world. A team of international scholars from various disciplines provides key insights and information about the breast in art, history, fashion, social movements, medicine, sexuality, and more. Entries discuss depictions of breasts on ancient figurines, in Renaissance paintings, and in present-day advertisements. They examine how fashion has emphasized or de-emphasized the breast at various times. They tackle medical issues—such as breast augmentation and breast cancer—and controversies over breastfeeding. The breast as sexual object and even a site of smuggling are also covered. As a whole, the Cultural Encyclopedia of the Breast takes an engaging and accessible look at this notable body part.

Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly

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Milk and Mystery On Breasfeeding and the Theology of the Body Catholic for a Reason IV

Author : Mike Aquilina
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“Blessed is the womb that bore you, and the breasts that you sucked!” Mike and Terri Aquilina offer a rich array of evidence for the emotional, physical, spiritual and psychological importance of breastfeeding. Drawing on everything from scriptures and the Church Fathers to modern medical journals and Pope John Paul II, they posit that “breastfeeding has a ‘sacramental’ quality; it stands as a natural sign of something divine. Indeed, it is among the most profound and personal experiences of the divine beauty revealed in nature.” Such an important message for mothers today!

Encyclopedia of Motherhood

Author : Andrea O'Reilly
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To request a free 30-day online trial to this product, visit www.sagepub.com/freetrial In the last decade the topic of motherhood has emerged as a distinct and established field of scholarly inquiry. A cursory review of motherhood research reveals that hundreds of scholarly articles have been published on almost every motherhood theme imaginable. The first ever on the topic, this Encyclopedia of Motherhood helps to both demarcate motherhood as a scholarly field and an academic discipline and to direct its future development. With more than 700 entries, these three volumes provide information on the central terms, concepts, topics, issues, themes, debates, theories, and texts of this new discipline. Further, the encyclopedia examines the topic of motherhood in various contexts such as history and geography and by academic discipline. Key Features Provides an overview of the topic of motherhood in many and diverse disciplines, such as anthropology, sociology, psychology and philosophy Examines the meaning and experience of motherhood in many time periods from classic civilizations to present day Includes an entry for all the influential theorists of maternal scholarship from the pioneering theories to the more recent writings Covers issues and events of our current times including entries on the mommy blog, the motherhood memoir, terrorism, reproductive technologies, HIV/AIDS, and LGBT families Explores geographical, cultural, and ethnic diversity with an entry for almost every country in the world as well as entries on lesbian, immigrant, adoptive, single, nonresidential, young, poor mothers and mothers with disabilities Key Themes History of Motherhood Issues in Motherhood Motherhood and Family Motherhood and Health Motherhood and Society Motherhood Around the World Motherhood in the United States Motherhood Studies Prominent Mothers In human society, few institutions are as important as motherhood, and this unique encyclopedia captures the interdisciplinary foundation of the subject in one convenient reference. The scope of the Encyclopedia of Motherhood is focused on providing a comprehensive resource to understanding the complexities of motherhood for academic and public libraries, written by scholars and institutional experts in the social and behavioral sciences.

Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health

Author : Ellen L. Idler
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Frequently in partnership, but sometimes at odds, religious institutions and public health institutions work to improve the well-being of their communities. There is increasing awareness among public health professionals and the general public that the social conditions of poverty, lack of education, income inequality, poor working conditions, and experiences of discrimination play a dominant role in determining health status. But this broad view of the social determinants of health has largely ignored the role of religious practices and institutions in shaping the life conditions of billions around the globe. In Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health, leading scholars in the social sciences, public health, and religion address this omission by examining the embodied sacred practices of the world's religions, the history of alignment and tension between religious and public health institutions, the research on the health impact of religious practice throughout the life course, and the role of religious institutions in health and development efforts around the globe. In addition, the volume explores religion's role in the ongoing epidemics of HIV/AIDS and Alzheimer's disease, as well as preparations for an influenza pandemic. Together, these groundbreaking essays help complete the picture of the social determinants of health by including religion, which has until now been an invisible determinant.

Analyzing the Social Context of Disparate Breastfeeding Outcomes Through Intersectional Paradigms

Author : Angela Marie Johnson
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Integrating Faith and Science Through Natural Family Planning

Author : Richard J. Fehring
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The title of these proceedings is taken from a conference that was sponsored by Marquette University College of Nursing Institute for Natural Family Planning and the Diocesan Development Program for Natural Family Planning, Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. The conference was held at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 20-22, 2002, and included national and international scholars that represented health care, science, law, and theology. The purpose of the conference was to explore the integration of faith and science through natural family planning (NFP). In keeping with the purpose, the format of the conference was divided into two days and two themes: day one on the theme spiritual foundations of NFP and day two on the theme scientific foundations of NFP.

American Book Publishing Record

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The Catholic Guide to Expectant Motherhood

Author : John Springer
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A Comparative Evaluation of Two Approaches Used by the Catholic Relief Services in Nutrition Education

Author : Asian Social Institute. Research Department
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Us Catholic Historian V 20 4

Author : Christopher Kauffman
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Understanding the Experiences of Mothers who are Breastfeeding an Infant with Tongue Tie

Author : Janet Elizabeth Edmunds
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"In Australia, initial exclusive breastfeeding rates are 92 %, reducing to 14% at six months. One factor that contributes to early breastfeeding cessation is infant tongue tie. It is linked to breastfeeding difficulties and these problems contribute to early breastfeeding cessation. Tongue tie or ankyloglossia is described as a congenital condition with an unusually thickened, tightened or shortened frenulum (membrane or string under the tongue). The frenulum may vary in length, elasticity and placement along the underside of the tongue to the floor of the mouth, which then can affect infants’ breastfeeding skills in different ways. Tongue tie has been reported as occurring between 2.8% and 10.7% of all infants with an average of 5.14%. The shortened membrane limits movement of the tongue, which can affect activities such as feeding, dental hygiene and speech. Since breastfeeding has been shown overwhelmingly to be of significant benefit to infants and mothers, it is important to address any condition that may impair breastfeeding. The purpose of this research was to describe the effect tongue tie has on the breastfeeding experiences of women in order to provide evidence that can be used to review and refine practices within the health service district. This study utilised a qualitative research approach: hermeneutic phenomenology. Because phenomenology seeks to explore the meaning, examination and description of the human experience and therefore gain an understanding of what has occurred, it is appropriate for this study, which focuses on description and interpretation of the breastfeeding experiences of women whose infants have tongue tie. In particular, hermeneutic phenomenology has been selected because it focuses on what the experience means for the individuals being-in-the world, and how these individuals interpret their experience and this experience influences the choices that they make. (...)" -- Abstract.