Mother Why Happy Mothers Matter the hardest transition in adulthood
the poor, uneducated mother may not response to needs of the infant as well. References
(Reilly, Entwisle, & Doering, 1987) http://www.youtube.com/user/MormonMessages#p/c/A088CD4F66CDB66E/7/Kfz3I1YoVZg Megan Sheldon
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responsibilities: nurture children
family is a bond that plays a central role in a global sociology and destiny of all peoples. Effects of marital status on motherhood not only mental health benefits!
physical health is higher in married mothers
percieved social support Effects of Motherhood on the Marriage buffer: complex mental preparation
no less marital satisfaction or affection than before children
different paradigm of divorce Helpful Attitudes realistic body image
Implications use of welfare
paradigm of research conclusions
stress= less responsive to infant needs
true support of motherhood Future Research need more research! (lack of older studies for comparison)
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