Babyshock! : Your Relationship Survival Guide

By (author) Elizabeth Martyn , By (author) Relate


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Babyshock! is for any parents who have forgotten what it's like to be a couple because their children have taken over their lives. The experiences of pregnancy, childbirth and caring for children are wonderful, but also put a great deal of pressure on a relationship. This book identifies the pressures and provides excellent practical and emotional strategies so that you can enjoy parenthood while also nurturing your own relationship with each other. This immensely practical guide will help you: - Create time for yourself, - Improve your sex life, - Manage the demands of work and family, - Work through disagreements and agree on how you will bring up the children. Packed with questionnaires, check lists and anecdotes, Babyshock! will help you keep your relationship alive and get the very best out of family life, together.

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 124 x 196 x 18mm | 158.76g
  • 11 Oct 2001
  • Ebury Publishing
  • London
  • English
  • 0091856590
  • 9780091856595
  • 473,031

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Relate (Author) Relate is a national federated charity with 75 years' experience of supporting the nation's relationships. Relate is governed by a Board of Trustees, all of them volunteers, who are deeply committed to realising our vision of a future in which healthy and happy relationships form the heart of a thriving society.Elizabeth Martyn (Author) Elizabeth Martyn is a relationships expert and author of Babyshock: Your Relationship Survival Guide, also part of the Relate series. She is agony aunt for

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"Baby Shock! is a great guide to seeing beyond your child and discovering your partner again." Daily Express "For latest, up-to-date advice on becoming a new parent, see Baby Shock!" Bella "...a relationship survival guide for parents." New Baby "Do read Baby Shock!, a relationship survival guide for new parents." Woman's Weekly

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