Jeanne talks with doula, poet, feminist and freelance writer, Carrie Murphy, about why the words we use when we talk about birth and motherhood matter.
Jeanne answers reader emails about pain management during labor and talks with Wendy Berger, CNM who works at Legacy Emanuel Hospital - one of a growing number of hospitals offering nitrous oxide (aka laughing gas or gas and air) to their patients in labor.
Jeanne talks about government's role in our parenthood and the power of active citizenry. She also talks with Karleen Basch about why her second pregnancy and birth shoved her into the political stream.
Jeanne talks with Lissa Rankin, MD, author of three bestselling books on the intersection of spirituality and healthcare. Dr. Rankin talks about how leaving her obstetric practice lead her to her calling and about the impact of fear on modern medicine and about her vision for hope and healing on both sides of the patient-healthcare provider dynamic.