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Pregnancy Parenting And Postnatal Depression

Pregnancy Parenting and Postnatal Depression

Pregnancy  Parenting and Postnatal Depression
Author : Charlie Lovejoy
Publisher : CreateSpace
Total Pages : 74
Release : 2014-07-19
ISBN 10 : 1500582972
ISBN 13 : 9781500582975
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Pregnancy Parenting and Postnatal Depression Book Description:

From practical advice to positive-thinking guidance, this book could save you and your relationship - and make you a better parent and partner. If your relationship is under severe stress you can't afford to ignore this book. Pregnancy can also be a difficult time, especially if mum begins to feel desperate or depressed. This is a reality for many couples, and especially mums. This book has been written because these issues are rarely discussed by families, friends and professionals. MORE ABOUT: Pregnancy, parenting and post natal depression: How to save your relationship after having a baby This book is for prospective parents or parents of a new-born child who are struggling to cope. Having a baby is possibly the hardest thing you will ever have to do as a couple and the strain of tiredness and stress on your relationship is huge. Add in feelings of desperation, depression and even loneliness - and you are sometimes left with a situation that is almost impossible to cope with. This book offers practical advice and guidance on how to cope during these hard times. Being a parent - especially during the first 12 months of a baby's life can be horrendous and there is nothing anyone can do to prepare you for the pressures involved. But you can overcome these pressures and stick together with your family - and your partner who you love - even if that does not seem possible at the moment.


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