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Lesly Federici

Lesly Federici is an experienced Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse (RN), She's been teaching childbirth education for over 15 years. She currently teaches Mindful Meditation to expectant couples. Lslynotes has been helping women globally prepare for childbirth online since 1998. Contact her, she'd love to hear from you!

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  1. I love this post Lesly. My daughters were born 40 and 39 years ago and things have changed so much over that period of time. However, my oldest daughter did go natural with the birth of both her sons. If it wasn’t for her husband being the coach he was, she would have gave in to an epidural. It certainly is about mindset and having someone there to support you makes all the difference. Thanks!
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    • Lesly Federici says:

      Hi Carol,
      You are so right – support makes all the difference. I really appreciate your visit and comment. Looking forward to seeing you again sometime 🙂

  2. Gen says:

    Lesly I love this. I know that I had to do mind over matter and mindset with my last one. I was int preterm labor with him, but that labor lasted for a whole month. I would be in the hospital with contractions for days. They would get them settled and send me home, I live in the country and about two hours from the hospital. So they contractions would start again and I would have go all the way back. It went on for a month and then my obgyn decided on a C-section. So I would be in pain for long periods of time. I learned to control them and us my mind to find other methods of dealing with it.
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    • Lesly Federici says:

      Ah, Gen!
      So nice of you to visit me on this blog instead of the other. Not to many folks in Network Superstars are interested in this … LOL! Part of why I created The Calm RN!

      My goodness, you had quite a time of it. I’m sorry to hear the suffering you went through and then to have a C/S. I send you lots, and lots of hugs. I know that experience was not what you wanted. I often wonder what happens to women who don’t live near a hospital in a city, live out in rural areas. One woman lived where her home was on a hill, in a rural town, lots of snow, and hours from the hospital. I never heard back from her to hear what her experience was. Well you are amazing and strong, Gen, capable of so many wonderful things just because of that experience, it added strength. I look forward to seeing and sharing your endeavors. Much love to you ~ L

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