How to help moms who feel uncomfortable breastfeeding

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How to help moms who feel uncomfortable breastfeeding

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There is an intense amount of pressure in our society for women to breastfeed and to breastfeed for an extended period of time but it’s really important to remember that not every mom feels comfortable breastfeeding and not every baby is good at it which can be a challenge. If you're finding that it's uncomfortable to breastfeed in public, sometimes using a nursing cover can help, finding a support group of like minded mothers who are also struggling with breastfeeding can be a great confidence builder. You can also pump and bring a bottle with you if you don’t feel comfortable breastfeeding in public.

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Sarah McCormick, MA, CLE

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After attending parenting groups as a mom with both her first and second child, she loved it so much, she decided that working with babies and parents was what she wanted to do for a living.  Sarah McCormick made a 180 degree career change, and enrolled at Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena where Sarah obtained a Masters Degree in Human Development with a concentration in Infant and Toddler Development. Sarah is also a Certified Lactation Educator and a Perinatal Mood Disorders Specialist to better support the parents she works with.

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