Childbirth Class for the Other Half

Dads and partners have a vital role to play on any successful birth team.
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Online Childbirth Course

SupportingHer is an easy way to learn all you need to know, at your own pace, in less than two hours from your computer or phone. You can pass on the boring books and all-day classes and be confidently ready for the big day

Video Tips for Labor and Birth

Heading into labor and birth and looking for some quick and easy to understand information. We have a great YouTube Channel with videos covering everything from pooping in labor to what to pack or the big day.

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What should I say to my partner in labor

What should I say to my partner in labor?

One of the easiest ways to support your partner during labor, birth and the early days of motherhood is through verbal support. Specifically, a well-timed encouraging phrase can be one of the most powerful initiatives you can make as a teammate and coach. Your...
10 Ways to Provide Physical Support In Labor

10 Ways to Provide Physical Support in Labor

Our number one rule for physical support is TRY. Don't wait for your partner to ask you for the support. Try these techniques out and listen see if they work. Keep them up if they are working well and stop they if they aren't. 1. Hold Hands This is one of the easiest...
“SupportingHer gives you a lot of insight of how to prepare, what to expect and how to best be a cheerleader and supporter to your wife. SupportingHer gives you a lot of alternatives in how to deal with different situations that may arise during the process. A calmer Dad makes for a calmer Mom.

I would highly recommend SupportingHer for any Dad to be.” Korey Prefontaine

“SupportingHer provides no-nonsense facts, suggestions, tactful alternatives, and takes the fear and mystery out ‘having a baby’ by addressing hospital protocols and managing expectations when interacting with your partner’s doctor, midwife, and nursing staff. Finally, a self-learning tool for the partner to embrace and become the best support person EVER both prenatally and beyond.” K. Langdon, MD

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