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Mother Nurture: A Mother's Guide to Health in Body, Mind, and Intimate Relationships Paperback – March 1, 2002
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Mother Nurture is a treasure trove of information...Everyone who is a mother or loves a mother should read this book. -- Christiane Northup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom
Mother Nuture is brimming with practical, life-saving information. A must-have for every mom. -- Rachel Remen, M.D., bestselling author of Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather's Blessings
This book helps readers recognize the potentially significant problems of motherhood, and it provides a roadmap for improvement. -- Robert Truog, M.D., Professor of Anaesthesia and Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School; Director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Children's Hospital, Boston
Through examples and research, the authors reassure mothers that their problems are shared by others and solvable. -- Shoshanna Bennett, Ph.D., President of Postpartum Assistance for Mothers
About the Author
Rick Hansen, Ph.D, is a clinical psychologist and an expert on the effects of motherhood on women. In addition to making regular appearances on radio and in print publications, he has made presentations to thousands of parents and professionals.
Jan Hansen, La.C., is a licensed healthcare practitioner trained in nutrition, homeopathy, and Chinese modern medicine.
Ricki Pollycove, M.D., is an experienced OB-GYN with twenty-five years of clinical practice.
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We as mothers juggle more tasks, work longer hours, and sleep less than our own mothers did. Family and friends, who once provided support and an occasional break from the kids, are scattered across the country. Yes, raising a child is harder than ever. So if you're feeling tired, cranky, overly anxious or downright depressed, trust that you're not alone. You, like thousands of other women, may be suffering from Depleted Mother's Syndrome.
In this ground-breaking book, psychologist Rick Hanson, acupuncturist and nutritionist Jan Hanson, and obstetrician/gynecologist Ricki Pollycove explore in depth the psycho logical, emotional and physical stresses of motherhood. They identify key risk factors for Depleted Mother's Syndrome and - referencing homeopathy, acupuncture, naturopathy, and western medicine - provide a balanced approach to getting your mind and body back on track. This book includes everything you need to know to help you feel your best, from meditation techniques to guidelines for suggested daily vitamin intake and ways to improve your post-children relationship with your significant other.
It's an essential reference book for every mother's library!
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