Are You Sick Of People Asking You What You Do All Day?

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Mothers are being put under increasing pressure to ‘return to work’. Read this book to understand the scientific reasons why you have a gut feeling that your children need YOU.

No person on the planet is better equipped to promote a child’s development than the biological mother.
Find out why your role is critical.

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Do you feel pressure to work when you feel you should be with your children?

Mothers are subjected to a constant barrage of pressure implying or stressing that the work they do as mothers is of less value than paid work in the market-place. You may be being more influenced by this pressure than even you realise.
This book will open your eyes even wider than they now are, and will give you some updated answers to work colleagues, professionals, family members, and sticky nose strangers who demand to know, ‘When are you going back to work?’

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THIS BOOK

Recently the political and economic leaders of the G20, the twenty largest economies in the world, agreed that mothers should be put under even more pressure to ‘return to work’. Read why this is the wrong policy.


WHY MOTHER-CARE IS THE BEST CHILDCARE
Mothers have advantages over all possible alternative carers. Read the research-based reasons why,
WHAT IS AN ATTACHMENT STYLE?
A baby develops an attachment style from its interaction with its mother. What style will your baby have? What is your style?
BABIES GET THEIR ATTACHMENT STYLE FROM THEIR MOTHERS
And mothers get their attachment style from their mothers. Can attachment styles change?
DOES IT MATTER WHICH ATTACHMENT STYLE YOUR BABY DEVELOPS?
Most people retain their initial attachment style for life and one particular style leads to a much happier and easier life. So it matters a great deal.
WHICH IS THE BEST ATTACHMENT STYLE TO HAVE?
All researchers agree that babies with one particular style are more affectionate, more joyful, more resilient, and easier to soothe and calm. When they arrive at school they make friends easily and are not bullied, nor do they bully others. In fact even at three years of age they are skilled at conflict resolution! They learn more easily because they are less stressed.
WHY YOU DO NOT NEED TO PAY PRIVATE SCHOOL FEES
Mothers are largely responsible for children’s success in school, and it is the work they do as mothers before children get to school that has the greatest impact. Find out the key to children’s intelligence and mothers’ impact on intelligence.

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This book was a feel-good read for me and I assume it would be for many mothers who try to follow the natural mothering path. In today’s world an affirmation of the invaluable effect mothering has on a baby, on herself, and in the end on society, is definitely as rewarding as a monetary reward!Karen Reuter - Mother of a ballet dancer and a violinist
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A book that does not put mothers down

A book that does not put mothers down
One mother who read the book commented:
This is my favourite sentence in the book: ‘Mothers who create secure attachment are not ‘perfect’ mothers. They understand their babies about thirty per cent of the time. Much of the rest of the time is spent repairing misunderstandings’.
A Book Based On Research but not ‘academic’. This book is very readable!
One author, Moira, is a sociologist. She has studied and researched attachment theory for forty years. The other author, Margaret (Moira’s daughter) has a gift for applying attachment theory in consulting and healing. Margaret saw her friends making decisions she would not have made–putting babies into childcare so that they could return to work to save money for private schools. She said to Moira, ‘We have to get this message out there. Mothers and fathers need to know how vital their role is in their children’s development.’
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A Book Based On Research

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Margaret Eastman

A Word From The Author, Margaret Eastman.
“I noticed my friends were making decisions I would not have made–putting their babies into childcare so as to return to work quickly to save up for private school fees. From my mother’s work, I knew this was a bad strategy that would back-fire. So I started ‘Mothering Business’ to get the information out to mothers, fathers, the media and policy-makers.”

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