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Birth & Bonding

The first few weeks after a baby is born can be a testing time, even for mothers who have an uncomplicated birth experience. Support from health professionals, friends and family during the time after birth can make a real difference in helping women adjust to the changes.

If problems persist and new mothers (or fathers) are experiencing deeper emotional issues regarding the birth or with bonding with their new baby, talking things through with a counsellor can really help to put things back into perspective.

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