Prenatal Parenting: The Complete Psychological and Spiritual Guide to Loving Your Unborn Child

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HarperCollins, Oct 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
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Every year an increasing number of babies are born prematurely or with behavioral disorders?

  • Learn how thinking positively and communicating with your partner and/or medical staff can help prevent a preterm birth and aid in the positive development of your unborn child's personality.

A baby's in utero experience builds the brain architecture that will determine behavior throughout life?

  • Discover exercises that will help you control stress, fear, guilt, and anger and change unwanted behaviors during pregnancy.

Your unborn child has more nerve cells and many more connections among them than an adult?

  • Learn how a fetal love break can help calm your baby and lead to proper nerve and brain development.

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User Review  - Charissa - Goodreads

Some really helpful info and reminders about the mother's connection with her unborn child, but some very slow, off-on-a-tangent parts as well. Read full review

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User Review  - Nikkilehnhoff - Goodreads

I really liked the beginning as it explains a lot about the neuro development of a fetus and infant. After that, it became fairly boring and was mostly a self help type of workbook. It would be great ... Read full review


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About the author (2001)

Frederick Wirth, M.D., staff neonatologist at the Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Reading, Pennsylvania, is an expert on pediatric medicine, in general, and, more specifically, the needs of preterm infants. Dr. Wirth was the physician to Elizabeth Carr, America's first test tube baby, and has served on several presidential and gubernatorial task forces on infant mortality. Dr. Wirth is a clinical associate professor of Pediatrics at Tufts University School of Medicine. He and his wife, Linda, live in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and conduct pregnancy and parenting seminars together.

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