How Kara Pushed Past Her Fears and Chose An Unassisted Birth November 8, 2013 Posted in Taking Back Birth Share165 +12 Tweet Pin EmailShares 167In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I feature the story of Kara and her journey from birthing with a midwife to making the choice to have an unassisted birth.Just press PLAY below to listen.Podcast (taking-back-birth): Download (Duration: 41:07 — 66.3MB)Subscribe iTunes | Android | RSS Share165 +12 Tweet Pin EmailShares 167 « "Is Homebirth Safe?" and Other Stupid Questions We Should Stop AskingA Close Look At the Last 10 Weeks » Show Hide 3 comments Add a comment... Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked * Post Comment Mindi Rosser I cannot get Kara's story out of my head after listening to it a week ago on the podcast. I would love to check out a list of other resources/communities to support women interested in Unassisted Birth, especially those with an adamantly resistant husband. After listening, I felt empowered to have that talk with my hubby about how I want to birth, instead of just going with the flow and trying to keep him happy by going to the doctor and planning a hospital birth. Any other tips? Shana Ritter All of your podcasts are wonderful and I always recommend them to others, but this one, in particular, really hit home for me and was particularly inspirational to listen to. Kara was able to succinctly articulate some of the feelings that I have as I am preparing for my 2nd birth / 1st UC. Like her, I am isolated without a local community of like-minds, so I have to seek out my "community" in other ways. This podcast interview helped in that vein. Thank you. Laura Thank you so much for sharing! I can relate to Kara in so many ways. This really makes me feel confident in my decision to go unassisted.