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5-31-2017 – A Word to the Wise: In contrast, the sympathetic communication between mother and fetus are far more subtle. In this group are those mothers who do not want to be bothered by pregnancy they communicate to the child. “I do not want you.”

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5-30-2017 – A Word to the Wise: Numerous studies show that a variety of events affecting the mother affect the child. Some within seconds of the mother’s heart beginning to race the infant’s heart rate doubles as well.

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5-27-2017 – A Word to the Wise: Mary, and I had personal experience with this very condition. During the first trimester of our second child we experienced significant upheaval in our personal life which included a car accident, and move. Our daughter had significant problems during the first year post-natal. Conditions included severe colic and irritability.

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5-26-2017 – A Word to the Wise: This infant is reacting to the magnitude of hormones coming from the mother due to the loss and upheaval. Communications are introduced through the flood of anxiety-provoking hormones coursing through the system. These hormones make the fetus worried and fearful. In this case and in similar circumstances where the mother experiences heavy amounts of hormone releases due to external events, the child may later be born colicky, irritable and crying a lot.

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5-25-2017 – A Word to the Wise: Dr. Sontag, differentiates between the emotional and sympathetic communication for us with a couple of examples. One mother experienced the death of her husband in a traffic accident. Because of the introduction of all manner of hormones in the mother the fetus reacted violently with fetal movements ten times the magnitude of the movements prior to the accident.

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5-24-2017 – A Word to the Wise: Several types of hormones are transmitted to the fetus during pregnancy, and some from the child to the mother which telegraph certain stages of growth. However, there are other messages not related to hormones which may transpire. These are often referred to as sympathetic communications. Now the two, emotional and sympathetic may appear as similar but are not.

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5-23-2017 – A Word to the Wise: The third form of communication is emotional in nature. The mother communicates to the child that it is accepted, or rejected, loved, or hated.

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