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Book by Mysko Claire Amade Magali

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Mom of Two 26 décembre 2009
Par Mom of Two - Publié sur
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I really enjoyed this book! The first review almost says it all, but I just wanted to add that although there may not have been a book devoted to the subject of pregnancy and body image, I feel that the subject is talked about enough for me to be almost tired of it. This book, however, approaches the issues in a new light and really made me feel like I could finally release my pregnancy related (and even non-pregnancy related) body issues. It's the way the book is written and the experiences shared within the book that made me feel empowered. I also want to add that when I read the book, I was about a year out from having my second child, and I still found this book extremely helpful. So, although the title references "pregnancy," it's really a book for pre-pregnancy, pregnancy and post-pregnancy (even years after your last child). Give it a try. It's a quick read and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
10 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Pregnant with Advice 8 décembre 2009
Par BarefootInTheHead - Publié sur
Format: Broché
A surprisingly informative book, one whose subject matter -- pregnancy and post-partum body image insecurities in all their manifestations and myriad ramifications -- seems so obvious it's strange that ostensibly no one book has devoted itself to it. The authors -- one a model -- both of whom have suffered from eating disorders, delve deeply into this little talked-about topic with a trenchant candor and a breezy mordancy that only a woman would probably relate to -- unless a man wanted to understand his wife's pre- and post-childbirth issues and why maybe she doesn't feel all that erotic toward him suddenly. (It's well known that marriages often don't survive the crucial first two years after the birth of their first child, and although the reasons are multifarious, certainly a woman dealing with her own self-lacerating criticism about what her pregnancy did to her -- Mon dieu! -- is a significant factor in most of these divorces.) This is a day and age, sadly one might opine, where women are performing all manner of surgical self-mutilations on themselves -- rhinoplasties, mammary augmentations, face lifts, chin tucks, eyebrow lifts, Botox -- that it's no wonder that body image weighs heavily on their minds. One only has to look at the alarming rise in polypsychopharmacology to understand that women -- Freud's infamous "penis envy" sufferers -- are victims of a disingenous, hypocritical media- and visual-born culture, that exacts unreasonable demands on them. Although this book may at times peripheralize itself as pollyannish -- don't diet during pregnancy and you'll be fine, e.g. -- it also offers a plethora of advice for pregnant and post-partum women who find themselves under the saturnine spell of debilitating depressions. Husbands can also learn that a curvy mother can be pretty sexy if they just take a virtual tour of the Louvre in their perfervid imaginations and stop de-eroticizing the woman they knocked up. Kudos to the authors for this fine book. Now they need to write the follow-up: "Sex and the Single Mom-Trying-to-Get-Back-into-Shape-Apres-Pregos-and-Divorce."
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Helpful and informative book 12 juillet 2012
Par Patty Stamps - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I was about 18 weeks pregnant with my first child when I read this book. I took this book out at my local library and finished it up in a few days while on vacation. It made me feel like I was not alone in my body image concerns pre and post natal. Having direct quotes from real women, not just the authors, from all different points of views was also helpful. I recommend this book for any pregnant woman who have slight body image issues to eating disorders.
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Great pregnany or pre-pregnancy read 13 avril 2011
Par Baloueyes - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Really enjoying this book. The authors are very down to earth and relatable and have really helped ease my pregnancy worries
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Nice reassurance when you need it most! 13 novembre 2013
Par Sarah - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Pregnancy is tough, and kind of sucks a lot of the time...the obvious physical changes (especially the weight gain, which is usually quite a bit more that the recommended 15-30 pounds for most women) don't make it any easier to deal with either, and it's so nice to know that not everyone that's pregnant is always super happy about it and not stressed at all.
This book gives you plenty of reasons to simply take a breather and realize that you're doing alright, and that there are plenty of things more important than "getting one's body back".
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