MILAN, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Amongst all the pregnancy books for women, What to Expect When She’s Expecting tackles one of the biggest issues first-time moms face – the way the village around them lends their support. The premise of the book is that the people that make up that village have good intentions. However, their actions can often result in doing more harm than good. Written from first-hand experience, with anecdotes and quizzes, the book aims to educate the people in a new mom’s immediate circle about how a lot of today’s pregnant women and moms think, as opposed to how to change a diaper or burp a baby.
The book is separated into three parts, covering pregnancy, the first weeks after the baby is born, and the first year after the baby is born. In each part there is information for everyone in the new mom’s orbit and then there are pointers more specifically geared toward partners, mothers, in-laws, friends with children and friends without. The points are clear and concise and tackle only the areas that are truly relevant for those surrounding a first-time mom, and not the mom herself. Under specific advice for husbands, there are sections titled «Postpartum Anxiety, Postpartum Depression vs. You Just Being A Shit Husband» and tips like «Don’t Say the Baby’s Ugly».
There are sections on outdated advice, vaccinations, etiquette when it comes to the delivery and tips for what to do and what not to do. Written as a guide to supporting this generation of new moms, What to Expect When She’s Expecting offers a whole new insight into how to support a first-time mom, from pregnancy up to the baby’s first birthday. Available for sale on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CBJK148
Amy Perry is a businesswoman turned stay-at-home mom. An avid analyser of powerplays and social dynamics, this is her first book.
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