Motherhood

People Have Been Asking Him How He Helped His Wife Give Birth At Home Without Assistance, Here Are His Two Answers

   

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With the sight of blood and groaning from the woman, not many men fancy witnessing a child birth but not this Ghanaian personal trainer, @coupe_dc, who revealed how he assisted his wife in the delivery of their baby, which took place in their home.

With no doctors or midwives, he attributed the successful delivery to confidence and the knowledge they acquired about the body.

He wrote,

Many people have been asking me how I did it without assistance, especially as it’s my Queen and I first born, and the answer is – CONFIDENCE

We’ve taken great care of ourselves before and throughout the pregnancy by eating well, exercising, having a clear mindset, and surrounding ourselves with people with good energy.

All of that being the first stage. Second comes knowledge and understanding of the body, and the functions of the organs during the creation of the baby.
There’s no fear of complications if you understand the causes of complications.

See also: Nurse Arrested For Pulling Off Baby’s Hand During Delivery

If by any chance there were an emergency situation, we both did extensive research on how to rectify the problem without panicking, just as any doctor or nurse would do. All that aside, I’m happy we have a new addition to the family
#InspiredByCoupe #FatherRole #HomeBirth#Natural #Motherhood #Fatherhood#Pregnancy

I rate my Queen so much!! The strength she has mentally and physically is so attractive. I’m glad she has found her path in Empowering other women with all she learnt and done thus far!

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Many people have been asking me how I did it without assistance, especially as it’s my Queen and I first born, and the answer is – CONFIDENCE 🔑 We’ve taken great care of ourselves before and throughout the pregnancy by eating well, exercising, having a clear mindset, and surrounding ourselves with people with good energy. All of that being the first stage. Second comes knowledge and understanding of the body, and the functions of the organs during the creation of the baby. There’s no fear of complications if you understand the causes of complications. If by any chance there were an emergency situation, we both did extensive research on how to rectify the problem without panicking, just as any doctor or nurse would do. All that aside, I’m happy we have a new addition to the family 😁 #InspiredByCoupe #FatherRole #HomeBirth #Natural #Motherhood #Fatherhood #Pregnancy I rate my Queen so much!! The strength she has mentally and physically is so attractive 😍 I’m glad she has found her path in Empowering other women with all she learnt and done thus far!

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