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HPM 17


HPM 17 is ready to enjoy!

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Explore interesting and heartwarming articles in this issue:


Making Waves: Mindful Parenting, Transformed World by Shana Smith

Exquisite Self-Care for Moms, by Nova Cox

Surviving the Unthinkable; When a Child Dies, by Fi Dann

Tricky People: Teaching Our Children About Strangers, by Jodi Norton

Also in this Issue:

Thriving Versus Surviving at School, by Stephany O’Leary PsyD

Enzyme Deficiencies and Autism, by Maday Labrador

The Joys of Baby Massage, by Bev Nicholls

Home Birth and Home Death; The Life of Mary Rose, by Dianna Vagianos Armentrout

Bioenergetic Scanning, by Rochelle Horbacz

Why Your Baby Wants to Be Born At Home, by Anita Evensen

The Joy of Music, by Margaret Olson

Matrix Reimprinting, by Lauren Rosengerg

7 Ways to Improve Sperm Quality, by Eleni Roumeliotou

With Woman. The Ancient Art of Midwifery, interview of midwife Dena Moes by Jessica Rios for HPM

The Battle-Cry Birth of Sienna Moon, by Mama Sarah and photos by Brandi Johnson

Read this issue’s letters, and Kathryn’s Inspiration:

Please note, this issue is only available in digital format.

About the Author
Author: Kathryn LosWebsite:

Kathryn Los is Owner, Editor, and Publisher of Holistic Parenting Magazine. Kathryn is married to her soulmate and together they parent six delightfully vibrant children in the Colorado Rockies. She has a background in sociology and philosophy, and has enjoyed working as a birth doula and breastfeeding counselor for over a decade. She has founded and led several women’s groups, on a spectrum of communities and interests. Kathryn is an advocate for authentic, intuitive parenting. She considers herself a cheerleader of her six life learners. She is passionate about holistic parenting, and loves sharing inspiration with like minded people across the globe.

  • Peace on Earth
  • World Peace
  • The Bright Future of HPM: Creating a Peaceful World
  • Participating in Public Protests With Our Children
  • Rootedness in Nature