BEST BEGINNINGS FOR YOUR BABY AND YOU: CONCEPTION, PREGNANCY, BIRTH AND LOOKING AHEAD

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Nov 19, 2019 - Health & Fitness - 216 pages

Best Beginnings for your Baby and You provides a bridge of understanding and trust between expectant and new parents and all perinatal professionals who care for them – during what can be a very exciting but a difficult and demanding time. 


During the earliest years the traits of kindness, playfulness, sensitivity, generosity, compassion, ‘goodness’ and trust are built indelibly into your child’s life forever. This book draws from outstanding initiatives worldwide to heal and protect children from early harmful influences and experiences.


It is also designed to help parents everywhere to feel less alone, and to encourage them to share with other parents what they have learnt. Accompanied by pictures, shared stories and experiences to remind us that we are all in this together, doing our best to be the best parents that we can be.

 

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Contents

THE PEACE OF THE WORLD BEGINS WITH BABIES
1
Unexplained infertility 14 2 IM PREGNANT WHAT AM I FEELING?
15
WHAT HELP AND ENCOURAGEMENT DO YOU NEED?
31
HOW HERBS HOMEOPATHY AROMATHERAPY AND FLOWER
48
DADS ARE NEEDED FROM DAY ONE
55
YOUR BRAIN AND YOUR HEART
73
TIME IN THE WOMB
91
MAKING CHOICES FOR YOUR BABYS BIRTH
100
WHERE WILL MY BABY SLEEP?
116
THE BIRTH
130
BREASTFEEDING
149
AFTER THE BIRTH
160
BABYWEARING PLEASE CARRY ME
173
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Sarah Woodhouse studied Social Sciences at Exeter University. On the Council of Amnesty International UK, she was the lead author of Teaching and Learning about Human Rights for Secondary schools. She worked with a Therapeutic Play Group set up by the NSPCC for mothers and their at risk children, and later with teenagers excluded from school for severely disturbed or violent behaviour. Sarah has also been the CEO of the Right from the Start charity for 35 years.

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