People sometimes show traits or reactions that cannot be explained by upbringing or genes. Even in young children, tendencies can be noticed that can only be explained by events before birth. If the mother was often exposed to stress during pregnancy, it will affect the child’s temperament later in life.
Stress and depression affect the heart rhythm of the fetus, and in addition, such conditions make it difficult to connect the mother and child, the consequences can be manifested through the child’s stomach problems or anxiety. The fetus, too, feels the mother’s complex emotions, if the mother is unsure about whether or not she wants a pregnancy, he feels and recognizes it more strongly than people around the woman.
Even a number of miscarriages are explained this way: the mother was indecisive about the pregnancy, and she did not say it, share it with anyone, or even become fully conscious. If the mother is exposed to social and economic stresses, the fetus moves less, is less active. If the mother wanted a male child and got a female, then that female child will have more problems than if the situation were reversed.
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