Any dready midwives out there??
will do that, thanks SE!
Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but it seemed to be the most suited so here I go:
I am really really interested in becoming a midwife, but I'm a little confused about the schooling needed. If any of you are midwives, or looking into becoming one could you possibly add a bit about your experience or your plans in becoming one? I am looking into a school called Midwives College Utah (MCU) next year, but I'm not sure what the requirements are for a practicing midwife after school. Is it a necessity, or wise to go to nursing school before hand, or would it be okay to just attend a specific school such as this as a bit of a head start? Ah, maybe this is really confusing.. but I don't really know anything I also don't know any midwives so it's hard to talk to someone about it, and so I figured asking on here would be a super idea. So here is a link to the school I am interested in and maybe some of you could help me out!! http://www.midwifery.edu/
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soaringeagle said:thats making a hell of alot of assumptions i find most ppl when they realize its normal and ok to have loops and lumps are imensly proudd of theyre favorite loops and really miss them when theyre gone
now i can understand someone with ocd becomming obsessive about removing them but the average dreadhead learns to love them and even regrets moving into a more mature stage when they arent so crazy
alot of not most of the spirituality of dreading is in excepting imperfections and the lack of a need to impress anyone else and in embracing the crazy way they form organicly
and that is why alotta ppl who stat that way feel robbed of thye experience and start over naturally