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It appeared to be very basic and not very engaging. I expected more from a physican author and at times seemed more like a review of children's psychology book. Much of the book was geared towards early motherhood and really appropriate for mothers having older children.
For something that was supposed to have been written by a medical doctor, I found much of the information to be disappointing and inaccurate. "Your throat may hurt, because you have something to say and you are not saying it"... Yeah right, -and your ears may hurt if you listen to this load of hooey. I believe in the mind-body connection, but I don't believe it is that literal. She lost a lot of credibility with me when she started dispensing out-dated, unsubstantiated, and antiquated advice. Kind of like my mother does. (But like my mother, I think she means well).
Obstetrician and Gynecologist Christiane Northrup is a foremost advocate of women's health and wellness. She received her medical degree form Dartmouth Medical School and went on to complete her residency at Tufts New England Medical Center Affiliated Hospitals, where she received a Teacher of the Year Award at Tufts Medical School. Dr. Northrup wrote Womens' Bodies, Women's Wisdom, a book that combined holistic health with conventional medicine for optimal well being.