Keywords:life quality development, mothers and infants, The Serene Mind Project
The national development mainly focuses on human development. In order to gain a good quality of life with potential, the development must begin at the time of conception in the womb because the child is the cornerstone of developing a qualified adult in the future. The mother and infant will receive care and health promotion from pregnancy through the delivery and postpartum period. When born, the child must be properly cared for growing and becoming a qualified adult in the future. The Serene Mind Project is a project that promotes parents to have a correct view of life to get along with the 10 months of pregnancy and gives a child a chance to be a noble person because the mother's womb is a world of children to learn through hormones that indicate the emotions of the mother in each moment. Therefore, it is important to keep the mother's mind from irritability, by having a father who is supporting and encouraging, mothers and infants have a good quality of life.
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