Chloasmas, also known as melasma or "pregnancy mask", are dark, brown or grayish spots that appear on the face especially during pregnancy. They usually appear on the cheeks, forehead, nose and upper lip, and less commonly, around the eyes.
Skin darkens to protect against sun contact. Symbolically the sun is associated with the father, the skin on contact and the face in our image. Therefore it is an attempt to avoid contact with the father, which affects our image.
Father conflict, contact and stain. The spots appear in areas where they give the sun (father) and mostly in pregnant women.
What conflict of contact do I have with my father or the father of my son, or with me as a father?
The conflict must be related to the contact, by excess, defect, nonexistent or by bad contact.
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