If you are a couple new to adult nursing or a nursing couple looking for useful tricks then this discussion was written for you. It contains information about adult nursing in general and specific tricks that allow you, as a nursing couple, to be more successful with less stress. As I write this, my wife and I have been nursing for about five years. During that time we have made a ton of mistakes and have paid for them with both physical and emotional stress. This could have been avoided had we known the information presented here first. I suggest you read this discussion twice, first to get an overview, then again more slowly to absorb most of the information.
Adult Nursing Relationship
Inside the Misunderstood World of Adult Breastfeeding - Rolling Stone
They have a clear affection for each other, touching each other gently on the shoulder when one says something the other appreciates and often looking at each other lovingly throughout conversation. Their respect and adoration for one another comes through even over a Skype call from their home in Queensland, Australia. Their home appears cozy and comfortable, and Garett works long hours while Ellie stays home and tends to household needs. For many, there is a sexual aspect to the nursing part of their relationship, but Adult Nursing Relationships ANRs are not strictly sexual.
Successful Adult Nursing (SAN) by mlklvr
Thursday, 13 September Are you Stressing about Re-lactation? On my many hours reading websites, forums and personal blogs that other women have written about their experiences, feelings and hopes on ANR, the subject of lactation or re-lactation has come up so often that I feel I need to throw my thoughts into the ring. Let's be clear - we're all different and we all have very different expectations of ANR, so whatever I say, I don't mean to offend anyone, nor am I passing judgements or criticisms.
I have always been fascinated by lactation. By breasts, breastmilk, the art of feeding. But in March , the canopy concealing this unusual prepossession even from myself , was blown wide open by a person I had briefly known at school, who I came to know as Zoo. Most commonly, this is to feed another child as in cases of adoption, or another non-biological child. However, my fascination and subsequent research into the topic over the years has unveiled many other reasons that people decide to lactate — from feeding animals, to partners.