Год издания: 2007
Издатель: Radcliffe Publishing
Количество страниц: 146
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A rehearsal for parenthood? Who would ever think that what we have been led to believe is natural, instinctive and automatic might require a run-through? Many expectant couples spend the pregnancy period shopping for high-tech baby paraphernalia and decorating the nursery. Yet while they are busy searching for these props of parenthood, they fail to consider the most important part of becoming a parent - what it really means to be a mother or father. Pregnancy is the perfect time for expectant parents to run through a 'psychological dress rehearsal' of what life may be like once the baby is born. Why is it important for a couple to discuss how housework and childcare responsibilities will be divided? How can pregnancy and a new baby affect a couple's relationship? When is a woman at risk for postpartum depression? These are just some of the questions The Journey to Parenthood: Myths, Reality and What Really Matters answers. It teaches parents-to-be how they can start to identify...