This video is about when breastfeeding doesn’t work out. Deciding to stop breastfeeding and start bottle-feeding can be difficult, and it’s important for you to feel supported. We hear from mums who got support from mothers groups and counsellors as well as from friends and family. A child and family health nurse and counsellor talks about getting support and gives tips for bonding with baby while bottle-feeding.
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This content was produced in collaboration with the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA). The Raising Children Network thanks Renee Kam, ABA breastfeeding counsellor and private lactation consultant, Yasna Blandin de Chalain, maternal and child health nurse and counsellor, and Simone Casey, ABA breastfeeding counsellor and private lactation consultant.
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