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Publisher Description

It is in the female nature to experience a lot of changes during their lives. Being a woman is not easy at all. In every period of development, females have certain changes and they need to adapt to them and learn how to cope with them. Some of them are easy to adapt to and some of them are not. But, among all the changes in a woman’s life pregnancy is the best.

Being able to bring a human life to this world, to give a birth, is a blessing from God. It is the most magica0, most exciting and most emotional part of women’s life. Can you believe that there is another life growing inside you?

It is a miracle indeed.

And, being a mother is the lifetime condition that follows the pregnancy. Being a mother also brings new changes in women’s life, both psychological and physiological.

Many women in the world are scared of the thought how being a pregnant looks like. Then, when they adapt to the change, they wonder how being a mother looks like. Both of these conditions are changes to women’s life, but it is in the women’s nature to adapt very easily to both of them.

However, they always need to have someone or something that will guide them through the period of pregnancy and prepare them for the role of a mother.

This book is the guide that every mother-to-be needs to have, because it explains all the things she should know. It gives an overview of the changes that take place, the things that happen during pregnancy and after it. It contains information about exercises during pregnancy, how to sleep well and relaxed, and many other things. It is the perfect guide for every future mother.

GENRE
Self-Development
RELEASED
2015
May 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
111
Pages
PUBLISHER
MobiPubber
SELLER
Todd Gilson
SIZE
336
KB

Customer Reviews

tldb1012 ,

Waste of time and money

I purchased this book because I read decent reviews stating it had helpful info for FTM's. It had silly info about teen pregnancy and drug use statistics instead of educational facts. Don't waste your time or money.

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