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BRAGA, Miriam de Castro Aguiar; SILVA, Neuzeli Antônia da  e  BONASSI, Silvia Maria. Mother-baby bond: reception and interventions in the institutional sphere, combating maternity abandonment. Vínculo [online]. 2021, vol.18, n.2, pp. 1-10. ISSN 1806-2490.

The changes that motherhood makes in women whatever they are psychic or biological, can be a remarkable and impacting experience for gestation. According to Melanie Klein, the psyche is a dynamic functioning that begins with the birth and ends with the death of the individual. In Hospital Psychology the listening and emotional support to these mothers are the key to slow the sufferings and the anxieties of the pre or postpartum. The present work is part of the activities developed in the obligatory stage of Psychology and Health. It was intended to characterize the development of the affectivity between mothers and their babies in the first moments postpartum, the thinking and the feelings of this puerperal, their perspectives and possible contraceptive preventions. The study was carried out in the maternity ward Santa Casa de Misericórdia of Paranaíba - Mato Grosso do Sul. Clinical observation, listening and semi-guided interviews were used as instruments. The participants were 23 women between puerperal and pregnant women. The study sought to identify the ties of affectivity and quality linked in the puerperal period. The main results suggest that family care in the puerperal period has an incidence of symbiotic relationship fueled by the influence of the family in the care of the mother and the baby. Low schooling and lack of access to information on contraception contribute to a larger number of offspring, pointing to the need to promote greater access to information on women's health services offered by the city's public policy.

Palavras-chave : mother-baby bond; institutional psychoanalysis; hosting.

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