Re: Rh Incompatibility in the 1950s - Long Term Consequences by Karlin .....

Date:   9/26/2022 7:23:56 PM ( 6 mon ago)
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I guess you know I was a blue baby. As for the strained relationship with mother, I would have to say yes. It was just the way of the 1950s “not to coddle the kid, you will spoil him”.

Hugs and affection were considered to be suspicious, possibly communist in origin. Or, like that, sorta.

There are other dynamics with siblings - the newborn gets the attention, and the other infants resent this “taking mother away from me”.

Thanks for the reply.

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