What did people believe in 1902?
THIS COMPLETE MEDICAL GUIDE FOR WOMEN
PROVIDES ALL WHAT THEY BELIEVED REGARDING
BEARING, NURSING AND BEARING CHILDREN,
HEREDITARY DESCENT; HINTS ON COURTSHIP AND
MARRIAGE; PROMOTING HEALTH AND BEAUTY,
VIGOR OF MIND AND BODY;
FEMALE DISEASES, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT.
THIS KNOWLEDGE IS NOT AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE!
What all wives, mothers and maidens should know respecting themselves, is fully and clearly stated in this new, very comprehensive and valuable information concerning the female organism, the physical life of woman, and all subjects in which she is most deeply interested.
PART I. - LOVE AND MARRIAGE. The love which blossoms into marriage and maternity; the wise counsels which should regulate courtship and the conjugal state; and the necessary qualifications for married life, are all set forth in a way that both instructs and delights the reader.
How to render marriage and motherhood the sources of the purest and deepest happiness known to earth; the temperaments that should unite to form a perfect wedlock; the harmonious development of the whole woman; manly husbands and devoted wives; these and kindred subjects enrich the pages of this work.
PART II. - THE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS. This part treats of creative science. Reproduction is nature's grandest work, yet how little understood! Ignorance on such a subject as this is a sin. This comprehensive volume pours a flood of light on all the wonderful and complex matters peculiar to women.
It answers questions which all mothers and daughters desire to ask and furnishes information on a great variety of subjects but little understood, which are all important to the health, the happiness and the long life of both the married and the unmarried.
This work is a self-instructor, replete with knowledge of the female anatomy. "Know thyself" is the old adage, and every woman can fulfill the injunction by perusing this volume. It is a faithful friend and companion. All that goes before childbirth; all that married persons should fully known and understand, is plainly stated. And these delicate subjects are treated in such a way that womanly modesty is never offended.
The marvelous human germ; the growth of the new life; labor and confinement; lactation or nursing, are all described, together with female complaints and diseases. The kind physician and helper is always at hand. Indeed, this volume, packed from lid to lid with excellent advice, plain hints and suggestions, and information needed every day, may truly be called a life-saver.
PART III. - CARE AND MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN. A well-known writer has said, "It is the mother after all that has the most to do with the making or marring of the man." What every mother should fully understand respecting the child, born of her love and committed to her care, is contained in this work and should be read in every home throughout the land. Our American girls are growing stronger, rounding out into a more perfect physique, and securing better health, because their mothers are giving them a thorough physical education. This work is right in the line of that education which aims to make our American youth as strong and vigorous in body as they are bright and capable in mind.
PART IV. - FEMALE BEAUTY AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS. This is a subject of universal interest. To improve one's personal appearance and endow it with new charms might almost be considered a duty. More than half of the success in life among both sexes depends upon personal appearance and first impressions. Good common sense, hygienic rules and suggestions are of the utmost value. Many a lady of fashion, pale, sickly, lifeless and miserable, would give all she is worth for the rosy bloom on the cheeks of the healthy, happy peasant girl.
PART V. - POLITENESS; OR, WOMAN IN SOCIETY. Tasteful and becoming dress; deportment and good manners; the art of conversing well; rules of etiquette, and other important subjects are comprised in this part of the volume, the comprehensive and valuable character of which is seen at a glance.
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