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Most recent 18 results returned for keyword: attachment parenting (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/114850955515689207068 Rhonda Smith : Juliette Aiyana is a Licensed and Nationally Board Certified (NCCAOM) Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist...
Juliette Aiyana is a Licensed and Nationally Board Certified (NCCAOM) Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist who treats people and conditions, as an herbalist and Nationally Board Certified acupuncturist. Juliette specializes in difficult to treat and chronic diseases that other medical and natural health specialists have not been able to treat effectively. Her approaches to natural, holistic treatment include; herbal remedies, nutritional counseling, acupuncture & relaxation techniques.   

Juliette’s passion drives her to teach and to write about all types of healthy stuff, about living a naturally fit and healthy lifestyle in body & mind, about instinctual mothering & attachment parenting, about optimal fertility, and about health activism. As a wife, mother and small business owner she understands the struggles and balancing act of the modern American women and therefore she has learned through personal experience the importance of consistent self-care and when to ask for help from other health-care professionals. 
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https://plus.google.com/117206210888915821662 Khatuna Kurdovanidze : Attachment parenting – highly responsive parenting style
Attachment parenting – highly responsive parenting style
Attachment parenting – highly responsive parenting style
Attachment parenting is getting a lot of media frenzy these days, but many parents are still unaware of the whole meaning of the term. Attachment parenting was initiated by renowned pediatrician, Dr. William Sears, together w...
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https://plus.google.com/111571430916081740642 Amanda Mathewson : Confessions from a mom of good intentions I began my parenting journey with the best of intentions. ...
Confessions from a mom of good intentions
I began my parenting journey with the best of intentions. I was a follower of the attachment parenting method of doing things, learned from reading Dr.Bill Sears' The Baby Book. I wore my babies in slings for a long time, nursed them both past a year, respo...
Confessions from a mom of good intentions
I began my parenting journey with the best of intentions. I was a follower of the attachment parenting method of doing things, learned from reading Dr.Bill Sears' The Baby Book. I wore my babies in slings for a long time, nur...
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https://plus.google.com/103802703073112183326 Dr. Wendy Walsh : Attachment parenting is just the beginning. Join my #GoogleHangout Thursday 10:00 am PT #WineWithDrWendy...
Attachment parenting is just the beginning. Join my #GoogleHangout Thursday 10:00 am PT #WineWithDrWendy http://ow.ly/vOIA7
What's Your Attachment Style? - Relationship Expert: Love, Sex and Relationship Problems
We call fondly call each other “baby” when we enter a new relationship, but we are often completely unaware of how our own infant relationships to our parents can influence the way we trust romantic partners as adults. “Attachment parenting” has become a buzz word among new parents. But attachment as adults is rarely discussed […]
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https://plus.google.com/112487648532200959757 Natures Sway Baby Hammocks and Carriers : A simply stunning article on the facts of attachment parenting http://www.nurtureparentingmagazine.com.au...
A simply stunning article on the facts of attachment parenting http://www.nurtureparentingmagazine.com.au/news/24/129/You-Can-Have-A-Baby-That-Cries-Less/ #babywearing   #attachmentparenting   #baby  
You Can Have A Baby That Cries Less - Nurture Natural Parenting Magazine
Subscribe to Australia's only owned and printed natural parenting magazine. It is your destination for thought-provoking, evidence-based articles on the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual elements of child-rearing from a natural parenting perspective.
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https://plus.google.com/105683393824923396089 Wendy Walsh : We call fondly call each other "baby" when we enter a new relationship, but we are often completely ...
We call fondly call each other "baby" when we enter a new relationship, but we are often completely unaware of how our own infant relationships to our parents can influence the way we trust romantic partners as adults. "Attachment parenting" has become a buzz word among new parents. But attachment as adults is rarely discussed

This week on Wine with Dr. Wendy we will be digging into the juicy aspects of psychology as we discuss Attachment Theory, and how infant bonding with our parents can affect our relationships into adulthood. Joining me will be Dr. Sue Johnson, clinical psychologist, researcher, professor, and primary developer of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), as well as author of the recent book Love Sense. Also joining me will be hangout producer,+Laura Hampikian, and the lovely +Erica Djossa, blogger and couples counselor of www.EricaDjossa.com.

Tune in Thursday morning or during your lunch break at 1:00 pm ET/10:00 am PT for the latest episode of Wine with Dr. Wendy.
 
This Hangout is Q&A enabled, which means that you can ask questions to me and the guests before the Hangout and even LIVE during the Broadcast.

#Attachment #Psychology #WineWithDrWendy
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https://plus.google.com/114262845709242144799 Liliputi Babywearing & More : <3 The Eight Principles of Attachment Parenting <3 1. Prepare for pregnancy, birth, and parenting. ...
<3 The Eight Principles of Attachment Parenting <3

1. Prepare for pregnancy, birth, and parenting. Proponents of attachment parenting believe it is important to eliminate negative thoughts and feelings about pregnancy.

2. Feed with love and respect. Breastfeeding, proponents say, is the ideal way to create a secure attachment

3. Respond with sensitivity. With attachment parenting, parents consider all expressions of emotions, including repeated tantrums, as real efforts at communication.

4. Use nurturing touch. Attachment parenting proponents advise maximum skin-to-skin touching.

5. Engage in nighttime parenting. Attachment parenting experts advise making "co-sleeping" arrangements.

6. Provide constant, loving care. Proponents of attachment parenting advise the nearly constant presence of a parent.

7. Practice positive discipline. Parents are advised to distract, redirect, and guide even the youngest of babies, and to model positive behavior.

8.Strive for balance in personal and family life. Parents are encouraged to create a support network, live a healthy lifestyle, and prevent parenting burn-out.
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https://plus.google.com/103523759493369485009 Heather Clenney : Too Careful. If I hear one more person try to advise me to "let the kid cry -- it's not going to kill...
Too Careful.
If I hear one more person try to advise me to "let the kid cry -- it's not going to kill her," I just might scream. My reticence to leave her crying in the arms of someone else while I remove myself from the room has nothing to do with attachment parenting,...
Too Careful.
If I hear one more person try to advise me to "let the kid cry -- it's not going to kill her," I just might scream. My reticence to leave her crying in the arms of someone else while I remove myself from the room has noth...
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https://plus.google.com/103566509820463033946 Health.Net.Au : Natural parenting or attachment parenting, as it is sometimes called is simply following the clue signals...
Natural parenting or attachment parenting, as it is sometimes called is simply following the clue signals of your baby or child as they grow and develop...Read more:http://health.net.au/?p=26987
Natural parenting
Natural parenting or attachment parenting, as it is sometimes called is simply following the clue signals of your baby or child as they grow and develop.
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https://plus.google.com/103566509820463033946 Health.Net.Au : Adoption and attachment parenting - is an option that many families turn to for a variety of reasons...
Adoption and attachment parenting - is an option that many families turn to for a variety of reasons...Read more:http://health.net.au/?p=26991
Adoption and attachment parenting
Adoption and attachment parenting - is an option that many families turn to for a variety of reasons.
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https://plus.google.com/101573733974538593850 Sarah Rudell Beach : Attachment Parenting the older child... from +Jane Marsh 
Attachment Parenting the older child... from +Jane Marsh 
WILD THING: 7 ways to "attachment parent" the older child
This is for you. You know who you are. Originally published as "Five is hard, or can you attachment parent the older child?" xoxo *** It happens to the most attached parents among us. We’ve breastf...
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https://plus.google.com/114383962841950406250 mommyish : Mayim Bialik: Attachment Parenting For Kids Of All Ages 
Mayim Bialik: Attachment Parenting For Kids Of All Ages 
Attachment Parenting Is For Kids Of All Ages

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https://plus.google.com/116132603617097310002 Jessica D : Guest Post: Things Don't Always Go As Planned, and That's Okay! Guest Post: Written by Kayla from ww...
Guest Post: Things Don't Always Go As Planned, and That's Okay!
Guest Post: Written by Kayla from www.crunchymamakayla.blogspot.com Hey
everyone! My name is
Kayla! I am the administrator and owner of Attachment Parenting Love (APL). A
review blog for baby products and a mommy blog! I want to give you all a little
insigh...
Guest Post: Things Don't Always Go As Planned, and That's Okay!
Guest Post: Written by Kayla from www.crunchymamakayla.blogspot.com Hey everyone! My name is Kayla! I am the administrator and owner of Attachment Parenting Love (APL). A review blog for baby products and a...
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https://plus.google.com/115927089187931795180 L Marelli : © Liesl Marelli of Girona Consulting, 2014 www.GironaConsulting.us Exploring the Treasure Coast and...
© Liesl Marelli of Girona Consulting, 2014
www.GironaConsulting.us

Exploring the Treasure Coast and loving every single minute of it. This photo shoot was with local moms who practice what's known as attachment parenting -- in this case, they are demonstrating different types of baby wraps / baby carriers along with different positions. Back carry and front carry. 

It is wonderful meeting local moms with lovely families. Maybe next time we'll get the dads involved in the shot! 

You never know what wonderful & beautiful places you'll find just around the corner.

If you are looking for portrait photography in Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Vero Beach and other local areas, please visit my website for more information & to schedule a shoot. 

Thanks!! 
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June 26, 2010
Danish researchers have found a high incidence of Adverse Drug Reactions associated with maternal use of psychotropic medicines during pregnancy and the use of these medications on children under 17, leading them to issue warnings about the use of medications such as Ritalin and Prozac by pregnant women and children.
Lise Aagaard and Ebba Holme Hansen from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, studied all 4,500 pediatric adverse drug reaction (ADR) reports submitted between 1998 and 2007 to find those which were linked to psychotropic medications. These included reactions on children under two, which were most often caused by the mother's use of medications during pregnancy.
The findings were published this month in BMC Research Notes.
Aagaard said, "The high number of serious ADRs reported for psychotropic medicines in the paediatric population should be a concern for health care professionals and physicians".
The researchers found that the largest share of adverse reactions (42%) was reported for psychostimulants (such as Ritalin), followed by 31% for antidepressants (such as Prozac) and 24% for antipsychotics (such as Haldol) .
The majority of ADR's in children under two were from maternal use of antidepressants, while the greatest number of ADR's in children ages two to eleven were from prescribed stimulants.  In teens, a high number of ADR's were reported in all three drug groups -- stimulants, antidepressants and antipsychotics.
In infants and toddlers, serious ADRs such as neonatal withdrawal syndrome, ventricular septal defects and premature labor were reported, along with birth defects and low birth weight. According to Aagaard, "Considering the higher number of birth defects being reported greater care has to be given while prescribing these drugs for pregnant women."
All but one ADR reported on children under two were serious, and two were fatal.
ADR's in infants included Cerebral Palsy, motor retardation, muscle spasms, circulatory collapse, upper limb deformities, convulsions and neonatal asphyxia, among others.  The medications had been prescribed to treat conditions such as depression, panic disorder and schizophrenia in the mothers.
Psychotropic medications can be dangerous for women of childbearing age because they have a long half-life.  It can take weeks for a single dose to leave the body, causing concerns for women who are on these medications and become pregnant.
Approximately 10% of adult women in the U.S. are on antidepressants.  Each year, pharmaceutical companies pay billions of dollars in gifts and payments to doctors (payments to Minnesota doctors can be viewed online), causing many people to voice concern that doctors may overprescribe medications because of financial incentives.  Others worry that doctors are simply not aware of the risks involved in these medications for women who may become pregnant.
Aagard says, "We are constantly reminded about the dangers of alcohol use and smoking during pregnancy, but there is no information offered to women with regards to use of psychotropic medication. There is simply not enough knowledge available in this area."
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https://plus.google.com/104220457123962612599 Faded Seaside Mama : As the devastating news about Peaches Geldof began to hit home, I started to imagine how her parenting...
As the devastating news about Peaches Geldof began to hit home, I started to imagine how her parenting choices will affect her two babies. I am a staunch believer in attachment parenting, just as she was. I believe in keeping my babies close to me and…
Putting them first - Faded Seaside Mama
Should we put children first or encourage them to be independent of their parents from an early age?
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https://plus.google.com/103690234181291038157 Tippy RammaDamma : Samazinghunny Katie Hopkins and Peaches Geldof debate attachment parenting- #RIPPeachesGeldof this is...
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Katie Hopkins and Peaches Geldof debate attachment parenting- #RIPPeachesGeldof this is why I love you peaches! X  
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Peaches is a supporter of attachment parenting, Katie thinks it's new age nonsense! Let the This Morning debate begin...
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https://plus.google.com/100709297373154090375 Amber Robinson : Mothers Trust Your God given Instincts and Not the advice of Everyone Else.. This AP story explains ...
Mothers Trust Your God given Instincts and Not the advice of Everyone Else..
This AP story explains WHY!
God bless.
📌Source: http://www.askdrsears.com/topics/parenting/attachment-parenting/ap-stories
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"I was sitting at my desk one evening when my emergency beeper sounded, calling me to the hospital emergency room to evaluate a five-month-old baby who had stopped breathing. Here is the mother’s story:

“We went to visit friends of ours for dinner. We put five-month-old Alan down to sleep on an adult bed. It was a firm mattress, not soft. He had never been in an adult bed before. This was a new situation for him. As we were having dinner, I felt that he had slept a little bit too long. He was a very restless sleeper, and very sensitive to noise, and the people walking by the bedroom hadn’t awakened him. A sort of alarm went off inside of me. Why isn’t he waking up? An uneasy feeling shot through me, a sort of ‘what’s wrong with this picture?’ I ran upstairs and found Alan pale, blue, not breathing, and his face down on the mattress. We couldn’t remember how to do CPR. We took those classes when I was pregnant, but in the panic, you don’t know how you’re going to react until you pick up a baby you think is dead. (For months I had nightmares of that little blue face). We dialed 911 and called for the paramedics as we also tried to get Alan to breathe. The paramedics seemed to be there within a couple of minutes. They just happened to be nearby. They revived Alan, and we rushed to the hospital, where we met Dr. Sears* .

“During our dinner when I wanted to check on Alan our friends said, ‘Oh, let him sleep. You never have a break. This is your time. Why don’t you just enjoy your dinner?’ My insides couldn’t. My instinct told me something was wrong, and I needed to listen to it rather than listening to what everyone else wanted. I know they wanted to have a nice dinner, especially my husband. It seemed great that Alan was sleeping so long, but I really felt that it wasn’t right. I’m glad I listened to my instinct or I don’t think Alan would be here today. (He had always been a restless sleeper, which fits the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux. The two previous nights were the first ones that he had ever slept through the night. We were so happy!)

“I believe one of the reasons I was so aware of Alan is that I was breastfeeding him and I held him a lot. We spent a lot of time together, and I took my cues from him instead of trying to schedule him or get him into my program. He never slept in bed with me at night. I could never sleep very well with him in bed with me. (I never sleep well with my husband in bed with me either.) But we always had Alan in our room.

“This was definitely a life-changing experience for me. It was a very confirming experience. It taught me that I need to listen to what my instinct tells me, not anyone else. One of the most confusing things for a first-time mother is that everyone will give her advice, and she will read books, and different doctors will tell her what she should do in different situations, especially when baby should sleep through the night, and how long he should sleep. This event made me throw away all of my ‘how to get your kid to sleep through the night’ books and just accept his sleep patterns as a fact of life. I had read all those ‘let him cry it out’ books, and every time I would encounter them, I couldn’t do what these books said. My constitution would not allow me to let him cry or try to put him on a schedule. Alan knew when he needed to eat, I didn’t.

“It’s funny because I remember that the first night we brought him home from the hospital he slept through the night. Since he was a month premature, I remember thinking ‘I need to get up and wake this child up.’ Yet everyone said, ‘Oh, you should be so thrilled that he’s sleeping through the night.’ When I began waking him up and feeding him, he ended up thriving.

“What this event did is really confirm in me that I am okay as a mother, if I only listen to what’s inside me and use the tools that I have. I learned the importance of trusting what I believe and not what my mother-in-law told me: ‘Let him sleep. Never wake a sleeping baby. And don’t hold him so much, you’ll spoil him. He’ll get used to being held.’ I felt there was something inherently wrong with that advice. A mother should want to hold her baby and be next to her baby. That’s where the baby has been for nine months and that’s where he wants to be.

“I learned from this experience to just parent Alan in the attachment style of parenting instead of trying to get him to fit into my life, put him on my plan, which was what most people advocated. Now, when I hold a happy, healthy toddler in my arms, I’m happy that I listened to myself.”

This mother’s radar system, fine-tuned over months of attachment parenting, saved her baby’s life. Score a happy ending for attachment parenting.

* Hospital investigation of Alan revealed gastroesophageal reflux. This condition plus, perhaps, the strange bed phenomenon may have triggered a prolonged apnea episode in the baby."
AP Stories | Ask Dr Sears® | The Trusted Resource for Parents
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