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Motherhood floors most women. So why do so many suffer in silence? | Emma Svanberg | Opinion | The Guardian

Postnatal depression remains a taboo issue, says clinical psychologist Emma Svanberg Source: Motherhood floors most women. So why do so many suffer in silence? | Emma Svanberg | Opinion | The Guardian Advertisements

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An article on the psychology of motherhood…”The Birth of a Mother”- The New York Times

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Mr. Roger describes his philosophy about child development:  “Mr. Rogers’ impassioned plea to the U.S. Senate will still give you “goosebumps” 47 years later.”

“You’ve made this day a special day, by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you, and I like you, just the way you are.” Source: Mr. Rogers’ impassioned plea to the U.S. Senate will … Continue reading

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Winnicott: the ‘good-enough mother’ radio broadcasts | OUPblog

Our appetite for books on baby care seems unquenchable. The combination of the natural curiosity and uncertainty of the expectant mother, the unknowable mind of the infant, and the expectations of society creates a void filled with all kinds of … Continue reading

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I’ve probably already posted this, but it’s an issue worth revisiting.  Here’s an article posted in NYMAG in 2014:  The Case Against Spanking: It Doesn’t Even Work — Science of Us

The high cost on a kid’s mental and physical health doesn’t pay off in better behavior. Source: The Case Against Spanking: It Doesn’t Even Work — Science of Us

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