Sharing Space: To Be or Not to Be: Prenatal Origins of the Existential “Yes” v. the Self Struggle by Marcy Axness

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Lifelong effects of conflicted pregnancy are explored from the perspective of the “mistakenly” conceived baby and the adult he/she becomes. Braiding current and classic research with her experience as an adoptee, the author focuses on first trimester influences upon an individual’s predisposition toward optimal growth versus chronic existential struggle.

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This article is a sharing of the author's deep knowledge of prenatal and perinatal psychology as related to unwanted pregnancies along with her personal journey as “someone whose own conception was an unintended surprise and who was carried in an ambivalent womb.”

Love, Pregnancy, Conflict, and Solution by Rupert Linder

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This article undertakes the momentous task of addressing conflicted pregnancy which is one of the most difficult tasks for a prenatal psychologist. We know and feel the importance of earliest life in the womb. We know how trust is developed prenatally and becomes the foundation for future relationships and how basic imprints are developed that impact the individual’s future.

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Appendix One
 
Rights of the Child Before, During and After Birth
 
1.   Every child has the right to be respected as an independent person even before birth.
2.   Every child is entitled to a secure prenatal relationship and bonding.
3.   Every child has the right to respect for, and protection of, the continuity of its experiences during pregnancy and birth.
4.   Every child has the right to consideration being paid – right from the beginning – to the emotional and psychological impacts of any medical measures undertaken, and to responsibility being accepted for them.
5.   Every child has a right to assistance to ensure a loving, relationship-oriented welcome to the world that allows it to establish secure postnatal ties.
6.   Every child is entitled to nutrition of adequate quality before and after birth. If possible, every child should be breastfed.
7.   The rights of the child are associated with the right of future generations to be given the opportunity by society to develop their own potential as couples and as parents.
8.   This right to the development of parenting skills is associated with the right of the child to responsible, sensitive and relationship-oriented parents or guardians.
9.   In order to guarantee these rights, society's institutions have an obligation to support parents in performing their duties.
 
 
Clearly these rights are subject to the relative rights of others, particularly of the mother and family. Those with responsibility need to balance the relative rights with understanding of the issues involved, including those of the child.
 
This Charter is based on the Viennese Resolution of the International Society of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM), on the comments made by Gaby Stroecken and Rien Verdult on prenatal bonding and children's rights, on the resolution adopted by the International Congress on Embryology, Therapy and Society 2002 in Nijmegen (Netherlands) and on the Moscow Resolution of the Russian Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology; these resolutions are available at www.isppm.de. The ISPPM website provides an extensive list of literature on the topic.

 

The Charter was adopted by the ISPPM's General Assembly on 3 June 2005 in Heidelberg.
Heidelberg, 3 June 2005

This article undertakes the momentous task of addressing conflicted pregnancy which is one of the most difficult tasks for a prenatal psychologist. It delineates the history of the discussion regarding conflicted pregnancy in Europe, beginning in 2005 at an ISPPM congress, which resulted in the Charter of the Rights of the Child Before, During, and After Birth.

Nurture of the Brain, Nutritional & Emotional, in the Context of Evolution and the Lifecycle

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Controlled trials reveal that, from before conception, nutrient deficits and toxins affect sperm, ovum, and maternal stores, lastingly impairing a child's health and abilities. Deficits, toxins, and stress can inhibit structure and function, and be linked to autism or reduced self-control, possibly with violent tendencies. From the beginning, epigenetic settings are mostly set early for directing development according to current environment. Many are operative in the brain.
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Recreating Ourselves: Ground-Breaking Research for a New Humanity

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The intention of this paper is to introduce interdisciplinary research challenging the foundations of self-growth fields and leading to the birth of a new humanity. The paper briefly summarizes relevant literature and introduces new adult verbal and nonverbal typologies with origins in four key preverbal developmental stages (conception, prenatal, birth and bonding). Interdisciplinary contributing fields included are embryology, neurobiology, attachment theory, body-centered psychotherapy, somatic psychology, and prenatal and perinatal psychology.

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