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Posted: 10/09/2016 05:33PM (more than a year ago)
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Baby Wants and Essentials

Babies need parents to attend to their feelings if they are to grow into healthy and happy adults.

Parents learn how to meet their babies’ emotional needs through their own parenting and through the support of families, communities, and wider health and community services.

However, new parents nowadays face a range of challenges including having to juggle work and family life, more time pressures, less support from extended family, and in some cases increasing financial hardship, all of which can mean that they sometimes do not have enough time to focus on their baby.

Babies can be very puzzling at first and working out how to respond to their needs can be a challenge. Knowing about a baby’s individual patterns and preferences, such as the best ways of soothing, can help parents enjoy the first weeks and months more.

There is a growing body of evidence from a range of disciplines (e.g. infant research and developmental psychology, neuroscience, psychotherapy etc) to show that infants who have their emotional needs met by a consistently responsive and loving caregiver, are much more likely to develop a secure attachment to their caregiver, and as a result to have increased resilience and wellbeing in childhood and later life. Infants who do not experience consistently responsive caregiving are less likely to be securely attached to their caregiver.

When babies are crying for a reason other than hunger, such as loneliness or because they feel frightened, parents soon instinctively know that they can help their baby soothe and change state by picking them up, gently rocking them, and putting them into their favourite cuddling position. This changes as they grow and that's when we come in to help:

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