Compassion is widely recognized as an important emotion in the human experience. These past few months, which some would describe as the longest months of their lives, the human family has “lived” compassion which literally means, “to suffer together.”
Many birth workers are feeling anxious about what birthing parents are facing–AND–we can only imagine the difficulty involved in trying to manage optimal health care during a worldwide pandemic. Add to that the huge demands that result in shortages of necessary supplies and here we are . . . Birthing in the Time of COVID.