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Attachment needs and predictors of disruption in pregnancy and puerperium

17/01/2011

Attachment needs and predictors of disruption in pregnancy and puerperium
Abstract of the lecture presented at the 16th International Congress of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISPOG), Venezia, Italy, October 28-30, 2010 - Editorial – Congress Newsletter
When are we intimately happy, confident, secure, energetic? When we do feel a deep sense of attachment to someone we love and who loves us, with a limpid sense of reciprocal satisfaction and enjoyment. Being physically healthy and emotionally satisfied in this key attachment need is the basis of the human wellbeing. The paradigm of this loving imprinting is the mother-child relationship.
The awareness of the mother-child attachment dynamics, the attention to the quality of the communication – verbal and non verbal – with the woman and the couple while performing and communicating the results of our exams, the empathy towards the powerful emotions – positive and potentially negative – that our diagnostic tools can convey, an increased diagnostic skill in recognizing the disruptors, should enable every physician to increase the quality of his/her medical and psychological attitude.

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