The Birth of a Mother by P-PerseusBooksGrou

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Stern contends that the motherhood experience is simultaneously universal and intensely personal, and it affects the emotional, psychological realm of experience as well as the physical being of the mother. He chronicles the subjective aspects of motherhood—the thoughts, feelings, and fears—to produce a generalized picture of the motherhood experience.

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