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What do I say to my kids about donor-assisted reproduction?

Where Did I Come From? What do I say to my kids about donor-assisted reproduction? The late 1970’s saw the birth of the first ‘test-tube’ baby. That baby has since grown up and become a mother herself. The field of assisted reproduction has also grown and matured. Scientific and medical advances are now able to

 
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Understanding and Recognizing Postpartum Depression

Understanding and Recognizing Postpartum Depression Post Partum Depression or PPD is a term used to describe a syndrome or a cluster of symptoms that can occur following the birth of a baby. Post Partum Depression encompasses a wide and varied range of psychological and physical symptoms. Surprisingly as many as 10% of new mothers suffer

 
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Maintaining Friendship and Intimacy After the Birth of a Baby

When We Becomes Three Maintaining Friendship and Intimacy After the Birth of a Baby The information presented in this article has been culled from my years of experience working with expectant and new parents in my psychotherapy practice and from the research and training presented in the “Bringing Baby Home” certification workshop. The program grew

 
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Understanding and Coping with Infertility

Understanding and Coping with Infertility  The anticipation of one day becoming a parent often goes unexamined until the unexpected happens. Culture, family and personal desire all contribute to the expected picture that adulthood will somehow naturally include parenthood. The discovery that one is not able to have a child at will can be experienced as

 
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