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Breastfeeding Success - Overcoming Challenges to Breastfeeding Success For You and Your Baby

Deirdre Morris

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Breastfeeding Success Is Your Birth Right

Since conception, your body has been preparing for breastfeeding success. There is an assumption in your biology and in all other mammals that breastfeeding will take place.

Your breasts and nipples are the perfect shape to allow your baby to suck milk in the easiest way. In addition, the quality of your milk from feeding to feeding changes to reflect your baby's needs in that moment.

There is no doubt then, that breastfeeding success in what you were built for. So why is it that many women and babies experience challenges around breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding Challenges in a Modern World

As a woman's role has changed considerably since our biology was designed, many mothers are overwhelmed when breastfeeding their baby. Unfortunately, exhaustion is often par for the course as we try to adapt to breastfeeding methods that do not fit into a modern society.

And just because you have breasts and want to breastfeed doesn't mean that you know how to do it. Just because your baby is hungry and wants to feed does not mean either that he or she can do it properly without guidance.

Breastfeeding is a Skill

What is often overlooked is that breastfeeding is a skill. Breastfeeding is not meant to hurt. And those who want to breastfeed need to learn the skill of breastfeeding in a pain-free way.

For example, there are specific steps involve in establishing a good latch. You can learn this essential step in successful, fulfilling breastfeeding and teach it to your baby.

Now, for the first time there is a system designed to teach you this and other necessary steps so that you and your baby thrive in breastfeeding.

Deirdre Morris, co-host on the Breastfeeding blog talk Radio Show, would like to invite you now to to find out more about this unique breastfeeding system designed for you to enjoy a deep, loving bond with your baby, feel rested and experience pain-free success in breastfeeding.


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