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I don’t think my Mother would grasp the idea – but I wish I could tell the world.” Jennifer expects it will take about two months for her milk to come in, but once it does they intend to carry on for as long as they can. We look forward to years from now still needing and wanting each other.
“He is a real alpha male but behind closed doors this relationship lets him put his guard down, be submissive and allow himself to be loved 100 per cent.” Jennifer is proud of her relationship but doesn’t want to feed him in public.
It’s something I will never forget.” So far, nursing is going well.
“After three days my breasts were starting to feel sore, but I am willing to push through any pain for our end goal.” The couple have also faced other problems.
“Nights have been a struggle because Brad sleeps so peacefully but we manage to cope – until he falls asleep latched onto me, which is beautiful,” she admitted.
To help bring milk in Jennifer drinks Mother’s Milk Tea – a herbal drink which is said to imitate female hormones and increase or maintain milk supply – three times a day.
- Nursing is defined as “as an application of scientific knowledge enhanced by artful practice in a socially responsible manner.” (Gregory 5).
Nurses provide leadership as members of interdisciplinary teams, provide client centered care to promote health, prevent disease, and restore and maintain client integrity throughout the life span. This makes it one of the most interesting professions, in my opinion.
“When I read about the pure joy it brought others, I was desperate to seek out a partner to share an emotional bond with.
“I used dating sites, put messages on ABR forums and even put an advert on Craigslist, but I drew a blank.
It’s our time away from the rest of the world and I look forward to every feed.” The couple hope to get married in the near future, but they have ruled out having any children together.
They both have children from previous relationships.
General Qualifications for becoming a nurse, according to Regina Ranburn, include: “Compassion, caring for others, selflessness, love for humanity, and desire to help others” (1)....