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Announcing New Groups

Kimberly Jarest, New Hampshire, United States of America I would like to share my story of becoming a new Leader in New Hampshire, USA, during the pandemic. My joy for breastfeeding started by breastfeeding our two sons. Both breastfeeding journeys were very different, and my love for the whole process just kept growing. In 2018, … Read More

La Leche League Support in Social Media Groups

By Ellen Mateer – West Yorkshire, UK   Being a nursing mother or parent can be an isolating experience, even under normal circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic has left many new parents without a lot of the support they would normally expect to be available. We have long known that support is critical to helping families … Read More

A Tale of Two Groups

Justine Hirsch, Gainesville, Florida, USA, Tori McIntosh, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA What does it take to grow a successful Group? The answers depend on who you ask and the needs of potential participants in the local community. However, there are some common practices that successful Groups have in common. Leaders from two Groups with high … Read More

Not Mixing Causes – the Secret to our Longevity?

Miriam Main, Edinburgh, Scotland 2021 is a year to remember. In addition to mothering, working, and leading through a pandemic, we have been able to celebrate La Leche League’s special 65th birthday. As we approach the end of this unusual year, I have been spending time reflecting on my role as a Leader. To be … Read More

What I Learned from NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP)

Eva Donat, Barcelona, Spain I don’t know what drew me to become a La Leche League Leader; perhaps it was destiny, or that my body was asking me to go further, to be with women, with mothers. Above all, I witnessed how mothers continually empowered themselves by trusting their bodies through breastfeeding. As a Leader … Read More

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