The birth of a new baby is known to be a joyful time for families. However, such a treasured experience can quickly reroute in a matter of moments which leaves the family feeling helpless, frightened, and guilty. The innate process of bonding and attachment is interrupted by the resuscitative course following a traumatic birth. Separation, grief, anger, and fear promote what’s being deemed more and more frequently as parental posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
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