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by John F. Kippley,Sheila K. Kippley

  • Author: John F. Kippley,Sheila K. Kippley
  • ISBN: 0926412132
  • ISBN13: 978-0926412132
  • ePub: 1883 kb | FB2: 1139 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Women's Health
  • Publisher: Couple to Couple League; 4th edition (July 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 512
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 873
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The Art of Natural Family Planning ePub download

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Learn how natural family planning can be 99% effective. Learn how breastfeeding spaces babies. I have read and referred to the Kippley's previous book, The Art of Natural Family Planning, for years. Learn the covenant meaning of the marriage act and improve your marriage. This book will help you follow God's plan for your marriage and for nurturing your baby. I was thrilled to first sample, then recently purchase this in eBook format. It is my hope their other classics on the marriage covenant, ecological breastfeeding and Catholic motherhood are offered in eBook format soon.

by John F. Kippley and Sheila Kippley. This book is the "bible" of Natural Family Planning (NFP)--NOT the "rhythm method," but a proven method of monitoring a woman's cycle signs to determine when her "window of fertility" begins and ends. It can be upwards of 95% effective!This book is used as a textbook for the Couple to Couple League International NFP course.

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The Couple to Couple League manual for the sympto-thermal method of natural family planning. Large format; easy-to-read and understand; information on breastfeeding, cycle irregularities, miscarriages, family size, effectiveness, and much more.
Shakataxe
I'm new to learning about NFP, and I have learned a ton just from starting to read this book. It's laid out in a very user-friendly way and has a ton of information, including little "workbooks" and self-testing questions. However, other reviewers weren't kidding when they said the tone of this book is preachy. I'm Catholic and agree with most of what the authors say, but wow - even I got a little bristled at times! There's a way to show people a way of thinking without shoving it down their throats and these authors haven't learned that way.

Even if one accepts the Catholic teaching on NFP as opposed to artificial birth control, the authors get preachy about abstaining in general. They go so far as to recommend that post-menopausal couples abstain frequently as well. Basically, that even once a couple no longer has to worry about getting pregnant that they still don't relax and follow their natural instincts toward intimacy. Temperance is a virtue, but last I checked, the purposes of sex were union between husband and wife and then procreation. Just because the one is no longer an issue, why should couples forego it? I just think that's an example of the authors taking things a bit far.

I especially found their stance on "ecological breastfeeding" rather extreme. Are women actually expected to nurse on demand for the first year of their child's life? Take a nap with the baby at their breast? That's dangerous, to say the least. I am a huge proponent of breastfeeding, but I think this method is a little extreme for mother and baby. Especially once you have more than one baby to look after! Women should be encouraged to breastfeed because it's healthiest for them and their baby but expecting women to nurse on demand (like every 2 hours?) and never to pump or give their baby a pacifier is extreme and impractical.

All in all, despite the over-the-top nature of some of this advice, you will appreciate this book if you're new to NFP or are simply curious about it. I think it's helpful for any woman, because our bodies shouldn't be mysteries to us. The book also has great information about getting pregnant (not just avoiding pregnancy) using NFP. Just brace yourself for some major moralizing - even if you think you agree with the Church's teaching!
Windbearer
Having been on the pill for years, I started hearing some not so nice things about it that could harm my body and also a fertalized egg, causing abortions. My husband and I decided it would be best to go off the pill, but we didn't want kids right away so I looked into some other things and actually heard about Natural Family Planning on a forum that I had joined.

This book was recommended by a woman on the forum so I bought it. It didn't take long to learn about the tempurature taking, but the mucus and cervix observations were a little more tricking. And though at the beginning of the book, the author assured me that I'd be able to understand all the terms they use, I found it a little difficult to keep track of all the terms and things. I guess I'll have to read it again.

Another thing was that the book was VERY Catholic. I realize that the people who wrote the book are Catholics, and so is the group that they run with this book, but there was a HUGE amount of space taken up near the end of the book about what certain popes and saints think about the family and having kids and things. I don't really care what the popes and saints think. I just want to know the reality of how this works. I think it would have saved a little bit of money if they would have left that portion out and written a separate book for all of that.

Anyway, over all, great informative book. I'd get it again. And theres a great section about breastfeeding for those of you who are about to have a baby. I now have complete assurance that I'll be breastfeeding the right way when we have kids.
Ndav
Six years ago my spouse and I discovered the truth regarding the evils of artificial contraception.

This book, along with the course and the Charts and the basil thermometer have changed our lives for the better.

This is by far the most definitive and comprehensive guide available. It comes complete with the research to back the method up, and the citations include the empirical evidence proving NFP's 99% effectiveness rating.

However, there is a newer course and book out that simplifies much in this book, making it more accessible. The Art of Natural Family Planning® Student Guide Still, this is the definitive guide, and to my mind, it is indispensable to those seeking to practice Natural Family Planning.

This book is an excellent resource.

I do strongly recommend that couples take the CCLI course from a certified teaching couple. That said, my spouse and I taught ourselves with the help of this text. It is definitely doable.
Zeleence
The information in this book is great, though I prefer Taking Charge of Your Fertility over this book. This is a good book for beginners though and it gives you everything you need to learn about what your body is doing throughout your cycle, it teaches you how to chart, and it goes into detail about how to chart in different situations, for example, coming off the pill. It's great info, just gets a little preachy which I don't really care for. While I do think this is a good book, I tend to always go back to Taking Charge of Your Fertility which also has lots of good information, without feeling like you're being preached to.
Brazil
This book is too big for me. You don't have to read all of it but I read quite a bit. First of all I'm not Catholic so I don't have an issue with condoms. This whole process was way too involved for me!!! I don't want to check my mucous, take my temp., chart it and try to interpret it everyday. This book is very informative I'll give it that. I got an app on my smartphone to keep track of my cycles which are usually fairly regular. Basically, we use condoms until 3 weeks after my period starts to play it safe, without for about a week and call it good. I do generally pay some attention to my mucous which is good cause once it seemed to go on for awhile, we waited a little longer, and my period ended up being 6 days later than usual. Some basic knowledge of the concepts can be nice to have.
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