Essay On Modern Day Midwifery

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Today’s society associates wealth with success and success with excellence. The amount of stockpiled possessions one has and the sum of money they have attained are a few main indicators of success. In the process of acquiring this wealth a person may become well known. Fame and fortune commonly go hand in hand. Rich and famous are considered to be “excellent” and humans striving to be excellent strive to be like them. Man has always wanted to be greater than what they already are, dating back to the beginning of time. Adam and Eve ate the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil because they wanted to be like God. He was their example of greatness and excellence so they did everything they could to become like Him, including disobeying His direct command. Today, the general public has socialites and movies stars to aspire to be like which is only made easier through social media and the Internet. Debbie Perry, a certified professional midwife, has been …show more content…
Most people more effort into researching the right furniture to buy than the ay in which they want to bring their child into the world. Because of mistreatment throughout developing nations, women in these countries are not properly educated on pregnancy, proper hygiene, and post partum childcare. Midwives from all over the world travel to developing countries and teach women not only the basics of caring for themselves, but the care of others. After many years women interested in the trade can become midwives for the mothers in their village as well as the surrounding area. By teaching and training these women, traveling midwives are saving lives. The women being helped are being cared for and given an opportunity to care for and help future generations in their countries and tribes. Third world nations are not the only countries that need education on labor and delivery. Child Birth Educators, or CBEs, have classes all over the United

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