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Unformatted text preview: “Hey, I am a woman, this comes natural to me.” So the first night he was home from the hospital I was so afraid that something was going to happen and I wouldn’t know how to help him. It was around 2 a.m. when he woke up screaming, I panicked. I had changed his diaper, tried to feed him a bottle and burped him but nothing would stop him from crying. So, as tired as I was, I laid down on the couch, put him on my chest and starting singing to him and sure enough he fell right to sleep. All he wanted was to hear the sound of my heart beating because that is what he was so used to hearing for 9 months. I would have to say that my transformational learning phase is self-examination because I used my own feelings of fear and guilt to help myself solve the problem. By not asking other people or letting them know that I was afraid that I wouldn’t be a good mother to my child helped me through this important change in my life....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, Thought, transformational learning