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    regularly, they must create a healthy maternal relationship with a close companion, which can encourage them to abolish the traumatic abuse. Mariam and Laila are the surrogate of the mother-daughter dynamic to replace the unhealthy start they set about with their own parents. “One day that winter, Laila asked to braid Mariam’s hair....The moment was so natural, so effortless, that suddenly Mariam started telling her about Jalil, and Nana, and the jinn….Mariam told her about Bibi jo, Mullah Faizullah, the humiliating trek to Jalil’s house, Nana’s suicide” (Hosseini 255). The “natural moment” that the two share, underscores the development of the maternal relationship…

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    structure analysis. The fact that the author is a professor in the Sociological department at North Carolina University and that the study was published in the Official Journal of The Midwest Sociological Society adds to its credibility and it’s data collection methods of the study. The results revealed that employed mothers of juveniles who have contemporary ideologies about mothering, and mothers who were not employed and have traditional ideologies, proved to have children who were less…

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    I can only assume that questions about how to feed, and when to feed the baby, are the top questions asked by new moms to pediatricians and nurses. In fact everyone has their own opinion of the right way and wrong way. I have learned that in order to learn something you have to make mistakes in order to not make new ones. In my opinion and experience, I believe 100% that the bond between a mother and child can never be broken if you start raising them right from the start meaning every time I…

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    of offspring, and forming interpersonal relationships. ‘Prosociality’, which is an umbrella term, involves maternal and paternal care, social recognition, adult affiliation such as pair bonding and social bonding, and empathy and trust between people. Various literature has examined the roles of oxytocin and vasopressin in supporting prosocial behaviours. Oxytocin (OT), a nonapeptide hormone regulated by estrogen, is especially relevant to females and is crucial to lactation and parturition…

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    Many people judge him for his experiments on these animals. They said that they were animal cruelty , because Harry mentioned that he didn 't like animals and didn 't care for them. But did people realize what was the outcome of these experiments. According to Robert Lickliter, “ His groundbreaking work clearly showed that maternal separation had a profound impact on subsequent, behavioral, social, and emotional development” (398). The separation of a mother changes you. I agree it would be a…

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    “Mommy, how are babies made?” Every person has a different response when a little kid asks where babies come from. The stork is the most common story, and some parents even say they bought the kit at Walmart and assembled it. Some cultures believe the baby was found in a cabbage patch or that the stars are just babies looking down, waiting to find their place on earth. In various cases, the parents will simply explain how the baby started growing inside mommy and that you have to wait nine…

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    NICU Asthma Case Study

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    Weber State University Web-Camera System in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICview is a password-protected Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) webcam system mounted close to the premature infant, or patient, that allows remote viewing by parents and family members. (Hill, 2011) The system was designed to facilitate the bonding of parents with their infant by providing 24/7 access for remote locations. A NICU webcam program allows management of the camera by the NICU staff, meaning they have…

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    Breastfeeding While Smoking Cannabis Each day it is spoken of, that marijuana (Cannabis) should be (made something permitted by law) in the United States. Many always talks about how it is very wrong and confusing to not have the drug (made something authorized by law) in the U.S.. However, after many have read about the effects of using marijuana for recreational use while breastfeeding, (making something permitted by law) such drug is no longer an option. Many effects of participating in such…

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    the presence of the death squads and with no mercy, therefore the death of the infants could not make the mothers weep. The Most problematic part of the article for me was how woman especially mothers found themselves to be all alone, it wasn’t only the infants that were being neglected there were also these mothers that found themselves to be victims of severe social and institutional neglect. They were basically told to not shed a tear while watching their babies die because it was a gods…

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    four articles focus weigh the benefits and criticisms of breast feeding in contrast to formula feeding infants. Unsurprisingly the results are very similar in each article and the authors all seem to have the same belief that with all the known advantages of breastfeeding, it should be the obvious choice. The study done in 2007 in the UK shown in, “Healthcare Professionals and Mother’s Perceptions of Factors that Influence Decisions to Breastfeed or Formula Feed: A Comparative Study” states…

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