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    Overcoming Psychological Effects of Infertility
    The inability to conceive can be stressful and often, a heart-breaking situation for the couple. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), infertility is defined as the failure to achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. Although advances in assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) can offer ...
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    It's So Unfair!
    Do these expressions sound familiar to you? As parents of more than one child, these may be just a few of the many complaints you hear from your children. Sibling rivalry is common in almost all households; although there are brothers and sisters who are close to each other, it is very rare to find ...
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    Relax Dad, Take It Easy
    As a new dad, you may feel unprepared for the arrival of your baby. The following tips are intended to help you minimise the pre-baby jitters in order to get through it with the minimum amount of fuss. Tips for fathers-to-be: Keep yourself in the loop. Active participation with your wife’s pre-natal checkups keep you ...
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    Feeling Blue After Baby Arrives
    The women of today fulfil a wide range of roles, from working full time, to being responsible for both family and house. They are the main caretakers for children, and quite often, elderly and/or infirm parents. This type of lifestyle is highly stressful, and since women tend to focus on caring for others to the ...
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    Feeling Down?
    Being a new mother, it is perfectly natural for you to feel bogged down with the stress and strains caused by the bodily changes after birth and the added responsibility of caring for baby. With baby demanding full attention from you all the time coupled with exhaustion, everything just seems to go out of hand. ...