How Mothers Love : and How Relationships are Born
Mothers describe falling in love with their babies and then, more slowly, learning to understand them. Children flourish when their mothers love and understand them. For over 20 years, Naomi Stadlen has listened to hundreds of mothers talking at her weekly discussion groups. In 'How Mothers Love' she offers unique insights into how mothers and babies learn to communicate intimately with one another. When adults relate to one another, they are building on the foundations usually laid down by their mothers. 'How Mothers Love' is a study of how mothers start to build those foundations and covers areas such as: how to create emotional 'space' for your unborn child; how to maintain a close relationship with two or more children; the transformation into motherhood and your role as a mother in wider society. By sharing the experiences of other mothers, Naomi Stadlen offers reassurance and support to all new parents as they navigate the highs and lows of the early years with their babies.
- Electronic book text
- 01 Sep 2011
- Little, Brown Book Group
- PIATKUS BOOKS
- United Kingdom
About Naomi Stadlen
Naomi Stadlen has unique experience of listening to mothers. For over 20 years, she has run a weekly discussion group - Mothers Talking - which meets at the Active Birth Centre in London. She is a qualified psychotherapist and also a mother and grandmother.