Still thinking about having child birth through scientology?

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  1. MASSIVEPKGO_CHUCK

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    Read this 1st;

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9620245


    Now, I have yet to get together with a woman to have my child, and subsequently am less learned of witnessing the experience of childbirth 1st hand, but have stood out in the wating room when my cousins were having their children.

    But I am reasonably certain that the ideology behind scientology is somewhat demented with regards to what exactly a woman should and shouldn't do in giving birth.
    I don't know.

    Opinions, replies, etc.?
     
  2. Chuck64

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    Imagine pissing a marble - not the small ones, I'm talking about a "shooter". How are you not supposed to scream bloody murder when that happens?
     
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    Not surprisingly, another noted scientologist, actress Kirsty Alley, played the mom in the LOOK WHO'S TALKING movies, and her dialogue for the childbirth scenes were classic;

    Molly

    (In exorcist type voice)"Fuck my breathing!"
    (Same voice, different child birth,)"gimme a sedative, NOW"

    Discussing the birth it self;

    "You ever try to squeeze something the size of a watermelon through the opening of a lemon?"

    Yeah, right, tell me you'd be shutting up if that was happening to you.
     
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    I do believe if L.Ron Hubbard
    or Tom Cruise had given birth,
    neither of them would be
    espousing such utter garbage.

    I have had four children. I was
    fortunate that the labours were
    all relatively short. The first was
    twelve hours duration, with the
    last six hours comprised of back
    labour, which is an absolute
    nightmare.

    The other three were relatively
    smooth sailing, as I dilated in a wink.

    I was not a screamer for the first one...
    more like agonized, low groans but
    believe me, the maternity was filled
    with women screaming bloody murder.
     
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    Well, there you have it there, Windy. Scientology's doctrines don't seem to realize that just because that's what they want doesn't mean it's going to happen. Like I said in my 1st post, I was outside the waiting rooms of my cousin's childbirth, but you better believe your ass it was anything but quiet. Not bloody murder, mind you, but definitely not quiet!
     
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    I know Chuck, I was shocked at
    how loud these women were but
    I figured their tolerance for pain
    was much lower than mine.

    What if Katie Holmes is in labour
    for hour upon hour with no relief
    in sight? I just cannot imagine
    this scenario of complete and
    utter silence. And to my way of
    thinking, depriving the child of
    natural stimulus days after birth
    is more harmful than the other
    way around. This should be the
    bonding time between the family.
     
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    Scientology is something I don't understand.

    It is rumoured that Katie Holmes has broken up with Tom 'Shithead' Cruise. If this is actually, I can bet that she will have this kid however she wants to. Tom shouldn't have a say in it. He didn't help make it:rolleyes:
    Let her Scream....billions of other women have done it, and their children have become sceintists, astronauts, and presidents. Tom's Mom screamed too and he turned out "fine".
     
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    I'm not convinced that's the world's best choice of example, Jeff. :rolleyes:
     
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    Yes, it was deliberate :rolleyes: I am just so tired of Tom Cruise and his Assinine, Ridiculous, Unintelligent rants on society and the psychological practice. He needs to stop being a pompous asshole, and realize that he is very wrong.
    I would also recommend that he needs a HEAVY dose of luthium to combat his manic episodes on television and some therapy about his inner child and his fucked up notion that he is a "well-versed" man when it comes to others problems.

    Adults don't jump on couches Tom. Think about it.

    Oh, and maybe he should admit he is gay and doesn't give a shit about women while he is at it...

    Tom Cruise, You suck.:biggrin1:

    Love Jef<-------- note the spelling, I don't want him to know who I am because you know he has a profile here as a very serious admirer of hard 10 inch dick.
     
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    Dammit, there, Jeff, you beat me to what needed to be said about the putz!
    But, hey, I agree.
     
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    Next time, Chuck.:rolleyes: You can insult John Travolta if you want:biggrin1:
     
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    This will add flame to the fire (even though Jeff seems to have that well in hand)...

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2006140204,00.html

    Don't miss the comments listed below the article. The one from the guy suggesting the use of similar signs all over the house is classic! P.S. That's what a "Scientology elder" looks like??

    Oh, and if you're already over the TomKat thing, there's a link there about Whitney Houston maybe doing drugs. :rolleyes:
     
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    A doctrine born out of a bet by Ronny and his sci fi pals. Tom Cruise and his ilk are disgusting and he almost certainly has some mental/emotional problems. I wonder if that thing they did on scientology on South Park was really true.
     
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    Ugh, I love someone who's never going to give birth making rules for women about how WE should handle it. This makes me so freaking angry I could scream- right through little Katy's birthing. Nice picture here- an older man forcing a young woman to silently endure the worst physical pain in her life, and for what? To feed his own ego? This is postitively repulsive. I hope she dumps him before the birth.

    I had only one child, and I went to all the natural childbirth classes, LaLeche League meetings, did all the breathing exercises, but when it came right down to it, I lasted about three hours before I begged to be shot in the back! It was kind of like that "instantly better" commercial, the rest of the labor was fairly pleasant- one of my doctors even told me jokes.

    By the way, apparently having a child out of wedlock is okay with their "religion" but they still have a lot to say about how the WOMAN should not damage the BABY with her screams of agony while her body is being ripped apart bringing it into the world. Putting the baby before the mother is completely cruel and insane.
    Then again, anyone who follows Scientology (a well publicised and recent cult) is an automatic write-off for me, as well as anyone who things Hollywood actors are role models. :rolleyes:
     
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    i laughed so hard at this i swear i almost died. some people honestly need one fierce blow to the head ... death should follow.

    other than that, i really don't know what to say of these circumstances, but: to each his own

    Katie most certainly will not be going gentle into that good night
     
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    I've heard about this method before and it sounds like absolute torture,when I have kids someday I'm just going to be doped up and have a c section:biggrin1:
     
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    I didn't have an epidural and by the time I wanted one, I was 9cm and close to delivery.
    My doctor rode my husbands butt about having an eppi the second pregnancy.
    My doc is my BIL and I came close to not having one with the second because I seemed to develop an 'attitude', and felt these 2 men had no idea what it was like to give birth ( and I was being childishly stubborn).

    The second time I had one and it sure did help. But I can't imagine no blood tests, you really need to know what's going in just in case.
    No screaming during labor? Yea, try to stop her!

    Don't talk to the child? I think the moms voice would be soothing, they hear it all during pregnancy. They may also hear dad. I think you should parent they way you feel is right. Instinct goes a long way.
     
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    L. Ron Hubbard never did appeal to me as the kind of practical scientist, and this childbirth bullshit of his confirms his idiocy.
     
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