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Raised by a rather mean mother who did nothing to celebrate the wit, intelligence and keen humor within her young daughter, the author identified herself as below average and un-appealing.
Emerging as a person more certain of her self-worth by the end of the tale, the author allows the reader to see vulnerabilities, shaping factors, life lessons learned, and a peek into a career not experienced—or talked about—by most.
Although this book may be too much information for highly conservative persons, I found myself wincing at only one part—when an eight-month’s pregnant client requested services. Although the author speaks of not wanting to bring on labor, she was unaware that nipple stimulation can indeed bring on labor due to the concomitant release of oxytocin and, in fact, nipple stimulation has been used in laboring women to move things along! So yikes, if any doms out there are going to work with clients with specific health conditions, as a nurse for a consult first.
Five stars, for frankness as well as writing ability and humor.
A well-written memoir with believable characterisations. There is pathos and their is joy. There is titillation along with moments of black humour but overall, an immensely readable memoir that will bring a smile to the face of the reader. There are foods and situations that you will never view in life again, with the same innocence and simplicity as you did prior to reading this memoir. It will educate in a way that the reader may not have considered previously. A fabulous read.
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