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Expecting or just had a new baby?
This e-book is an ideal gift for a baby shower
Learn how to:
* Get more rest into your daily routine
* Create a strong support system
Do rejuvenating massages to regain
* Give baby massage
* Get the most out of breastfeeding your baby
* Use herbal remedies for better health, energy, and mood swings
* Recognize signs of postpartum depression so you can seek help early
* Make your pregnancy and childbirth experience easy
New Beginnings for New Moms — A Postpartum Support Workbook
Table of Contents
What is postpartum
depression and how can I prevent it?
III. Self-Help Home Care Plan for New Moms
1. What to do after your baby’s arrival —
How to stay rested, healthy and happy
A journal for new mothers — your experiences after childbirth
to help make your pregnancy and postpartum preparations easy
It is illustrated with beautiful photos and inspiring quotes on being a mother by Jane Fonda, Marie Osmond, Rose Kennedy, and others.
Dr. Ragnhild (Rannie) Boes grew up in Denmark. She trained as a preschool teacher and later earned an advanced graduate degree in psychology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She taught psychology and education at kindergarten teacher training colleges in Denmark.
In 1988 she joined MUM
in Fairfield, Iowa, USA. She received an MA In Vedic Science, 1989; an MS in psychology, 1991, and a PhD in Vedic Psychology, 1999, specializing in research on new mothers’ health and rejuvenation after childbirth. Her PhD research was published in For a Blissful Baby by Dr. Kumuda Reddy (1999). It forms the inspiration and
foundation for this postpartum support workbook. Her dissertation was Mothers' adjustment after childbirth: examining effects of the Mother Baby program of Maharishi Vedic Approach to Health on mothers' postpartum health and recovery.
Dr. Boes assisted in research, conducted at the Center for Brain, Consciousness and Cognition, MUM, Fairfield, Iowa, USA. Co-author: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 2011 on higher brain integration and moral development in world-class athletes,