The Drama of the Mother-Child Bond by Ada Anbar
What every woman should know about motherhood, career and children.

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How do you raise happy and well developed children in these confusing times?This book discusses contemporary issues of women's concerns about motherhood, career and children, during the early formative years of life.The book's objective is to help women make informed decisions about these important topics, which have life long implications for their and their children's lives. Basic questions facing all young women today are debated.

Is it important to have children today, when women can have fulfilling lives without motherhood? Should every American woman strive to become a mother? What is a good age to have children? And what about the work/family balance? The book also discusses the basic needs of young children for optimal development in their physical, social-emotional, and mental aspects of growth. A full chapter is devoted to a novel solution how to ameliorate the current conflict between motherhood and career.

Major themes in this book are: Breastfeeding; Language development;Memory skills; Brain stimulation and growth; Discipline, and the Mother-Child bond. Other topics discussed include: Attachment and Children without Conscience; the Issue of Daycare; whether Marriage is Necessary for Children's development; The Power of Love; The Declining Birthrate in the Western world; Teen Pregnancies, and more.

No other book covers in one volume and at this level of depth the very basic needs of young children for optimal development, as well as the needs of today's mothers, most of whom also carry the main responsibility for raising their kids.

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Published January 22, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 170 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction