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The Birth of a Mother


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SOURCE: NEW YORK TIMES -- For most women, pregnancy and new motherhood is a joy — at least some of the time. But most mothers also experience worry, disappointment, guilt, competition, frustration, and even anger and fear.

As the psychiatrist Daniel Stern explained in the 1990s in his books “The Motherhood Constellation” and “The Birth of a Mother,” giving birth to a new identity can be as demanding as giving birth to a baby.

Dr. Stern showed that becoming a mother is an identity shift, and one of the most significant physical and psychological changes a woman will ever experience.

CONTINUE READING HERE: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/08/well/family/the-birth-of-a-mother.html?_r=0


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