Posts Tagged ‘newborns’
At Birth, What Does Your Baby Know and Feel?
From birth, infants live in a two-person social world—you and your baby. That is, they coordinate their behaviors with those of their primary caretaker, who will play with them from the very start. You will notice how they are alert from their first moments after birth and have active minds and multiple physical and emotional…Read More
Depression During Pregnancy – The Best Kept Secret
Laurie Hollman, PhD, has a new book, Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior, to be released Oct. 13, 2015 Depression in Pregnancy: Expectant Mothers Depression in pregnancy a new area of research. According to the New York Times depression during pregnancy affects up to 15% of expectant women. Some have been depressed…Read More
Understanding Gender Differences in Parents Helps Mothers and Fathers Understand Each Other
What Are Some Gender Differences in Mothers and Fathers? Pregnant mothers think a lot about gender differences. They often feel their moods shifting up and down as their hormones are changing within their bodies. They feel excited yet also worried as they feel these shifting changes and the awareness the growing life within. They feel…Read More