At a pint-sized school in a tiny Maine town, strangers break the ice and prepare to build bonds with expectant mothers by practicing pelvic exams and experiencing other ordinarily awkward encounters with each other.
“You need to walk through the door completely prepared to drop the curtain,” says first-year midwifery student Audrey Waddell. “Knowing that you aren’t the only one, that you all are a part of the process, is key.”
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