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The Mother and Child Reunion By Tony Madrid, Ph.D.
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When a mother-child relationship is strained, it's usually not the mother's fault. The causes of the disruptions are often accidental, the result of physical separation at birth or emotional... More > preoccupation on the part of the mother due to some personal trauma in her life. When the cause of the bonding disruption is uncovered, things can get better. A method for discovering the cause of the disruption is presented, and the way to resolve it is outlined. A step-by-step procedure is presented for therapists to use in helping mothers and children reunite.< Less
The Mother and Child Reunion By Tony Madrid, Ph.D.
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When a mother-child relationship is strained, it's usually not the mother's fault. The causes of the disruptions are often accidental, the result of physical separation at birth or emotional... More > preoccupation on the part of the mother due to some personal trauma in her life. When the cause of the bonding disruption is uncovered, things can get better. A method for discovering the cause of the disruption is presented, and the way to resolve it is outlined. A step-by-step procedure is presented for therapists to use in helping mothers and children reunite.< Less
Chain Atoms By Alan Williams
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The silly old nucleus system is disregarded. Atoms are chains of particles. This is supported by radiation, the periodic table and exothermic reactions. There are original ideas on magnetism, light,... More > electricity and gravity. Structures are proposed for atoms, protons and electrons. A neutron appears to be a proton with a closely bonded and disruptive electron. There is also a level of explanation for particle fields and bonding. I believe the law of Heinrich Lenz is now explained in more detail than ever before! Electromagnetic waves are now explained more completely by particles! This publication is written in a manner which does not assume much prior knowledge, but it is still suitable for science professors and anyone else with a science interest.< Less