How To Not Freak Out During Labor has everything you need to manage labor pains like a boss.
You're covered there.
However, you run the risk of not having the proper support you need to turn all your plans into reality. Here's why:
A well-communicated birth plan does three things for your birth:
1. It helps your partner know exactly what role they can and should play in your birth and how they can support you so that your relationship blossoms through this experience.
2. It lets your birth team know how they can best serve you as an individual, not as a run of the mill birth that they see every day.
3. It increases the odds you will have a birth team that wants for you what you want as much aS you do.
That's why, in addition to the entire How To Not Freak Out Workshop, I'm also going to throw in 4 bonuses to give you a kickstart to communicating your needs effortlessly.