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Over the past ten years, in tandem with greater educational and occupational opportunities, many innovations in the reproductive field have increased the range of choices available to ordinary women. Yet despite this unprecedented revolution, obsolete expectations about motherhood persist. Excessive pressure to comply with impossible prescriptions leads to the breakdown of intimate relationships within small insulated nuclear families. However, little practical assistance and support isdoi:10.16995/sim.275 fatcat:cd3q5r5y2jg4xogj2ub7qqi7i4