busy-little-kids

  • Published 1 June 2014
  • ISBN:  978-1-922190-92-5 
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extent: 368pp
  • AU: $24.99
  • Categories: Parenting

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Heather Irvine is a clinical psychologist with over 15 years experience working with a range of psychological presentations including women adjusting to parenthood, child behaviour difficulties, trauma, anxiety, depression and personality disorders. She has worked both in Australia and a range of locations throughout Northern England and London in the UK READ MORE  

Heather Irvine is a clinical psychologist with over 15 years experience working with a range of psychological presentations including women adjusting to parenthood, child behaviour difficulties, trauma, anxiety, depression and personality disorders. She has worked both in Australia and a range of locations throughout Northern England and London in the UK

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The Birth of the Modern Mum

By Heather Irvine

So much of modern motherhood is targeted at looking good even when you feel crap and making your baby look good even though he or she won’t settle or feed or stop crying, all in the shortest time frame possible. The Miranda Kerr and Heidi Klums of the world make it look easy; have a baby and get back on the runway 2 minutes later with a flat stomach, silky hair and glowing skin.

What about the mothers who get acne from pregnancy, or whose hair turns grey, or can’t lose their baby belly in 10 seconds flat? This book is for them.

Heather Irvine, Clinical Psychologist and head of the R.E.A.D Clinic, appropriately balances clinical expertise with common sense “mother appeal” for mothers struggling in their baby’s first year.

The Birth of the Modern Mum looks at the serious issues such as Postnatal Depression (PND), relationship changes and physical changes that mothers face in their first year with a new baby while still providing light-hearted quick fixes that any mother can implement in short period of time.