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Harris, M. (1975). Thinking about Infants and Young Children. Karnac Books Ltd..

Harris, M. (1975). Thinking about Infants and Young Children. , 1-118. Karnac Books Ltd..

Thinking about Infants and Young Children

Martha Harris

Contents

About the author viii
Preface by Margaret Rustin ix
Introduction 1
CHAPTER 1 Parenthood 5
  Becoming a parent  
  Motherhood  
  Reactions to birth  
  Fatherhood  
  Mrs B's first baby  
CHAPTER 2 The new baby's point of view 15
  Uniqueness of your new-born baby  
  The baby's world  
  The baby's need to feel held  
  Expressing his needs  
  How mother becomes a person for him  
  Breastfeeding  
  Comforters  
  Mrs R's relationship with her baby  

* This edition published in 2011 by Karnac Books Ltd.

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