Teen Pregnancy Book
It has been acclaimed by the press and midwives. It . . is the teen pregnancy book "A body willing" addressed to all expectant mothers. Taking both the diary of a pregnant woman and practical handbook, this book will help you to live your pregnancy and childbirth. This book takes a look authentic, warm and original on the pregnancy. This teen pregnancy book provides very rich and reassuring practical answers to questions that the mother may arise during all stages of development and delivery. The journalist and writer Marie Bertherat, her mother Therese Bertherat therapist and experienced midwife Paula Brung you explain why your body is naturally well done and how you prepare, especially using simple and precise movements, giving rise to your child freely, "consenting body. 1The British teenagers, compared with adolescents in Western Europe have the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in the European Union. In addition, the United Kingdom is the only country in Europe not to have seen conception rates down in thirty years. That's why fertility rates among teenagers are seen as highly problematic. If the stigma of single motherhood has diminished considerably in recent decades, it is clear that this is not true for teenage pregnancies. What is at stake is determining the age at which it would be appropriate for a woman having children. Early motherhood is often seen as a social problem and a public health problem, so much so that in the 1990s British government policy have placed such importance to pregnancy and teen motherhood, that interest has overshadowed the agenda issues of single parenthood. In 1992 a White Paper titled The Health of the Nation, the Ministry of Health has identified sexual health (along with AIDS) as one of five priority objectives of its program and aimed to halve the conception rate among girls under sixteen years by the year 2000 1. The fourth chapter returns extensively on government policies focusing on teenage motherhood. 4The third part, consisting of two chapters is specifically focused on the experiences of teenage mothers. In chapter five "From the birth of an event," the author examines the family and social circumstances, personal factors and risk behaviors at the root of teen pregnancy book motherhood. For most teenage mothers come from broken families in separation or divorce or living with their stepparents. The influence of family background is clear. Households are poor, girls tell an unhappy childhood, during which they have often changed homes, foster homes and schools. Chapter Five is based on a content analysis of speeches for teenage mothers, it is regrettable however that the analysis omits the time to take into account the influence of social circumstances, however, noted as decisive in the survey of the literature suggested in the first part of chapter five. 5The sixth and final chapter examines the reactions of adolescents and their parents, the biological father and his parents, friends, institutions . . Announcement of motherhood. The reaction of the school varies greatly among schools or teachers, guidance counselors who seek to help the pregnant student to continue his studies, either within the institution, either within a center for teenage mothers and those institutions, which instead have resorted to various strategies and (ii) lawful for the pregnant schoolgirl does not continue his studies in his home school. A method frequently mentioned by mothers is the assurance that schools have not contracted to cover the young pregnant woman in case of trouble. We regret that the relationship between parent and teenager are little depth. 6All mothers try to justify their maternity and try not match the stereotypes they are subject: easy girls having sex with older men. The mothers sometimes give the impression to produce a speech proper, acceptable to society. Double talk settles, the deeply rooted, not to treat the child as a mistake, an unwanted child and hide the truth that seems disturbing, because sex is seen as a fault. Some teens report their pregnancy as a new start in life, a trigger that has taken place. With their new responsibilities, they do not want to disappoint their family. Toulemon Laurent, France Mesle, Jacques Véron (eds. ), Dictionary of Demography and Population Sciences [blinkered Text] Appeared in Plays, Reports 2011. . . .