Introduction: Pregnancy and delivery are important events in women’s life and can have long term effects on the women. Some studies suggested providing a program for the emotional needs of women at this time would be the most effective strategy. A quasi-experimental study was conducted.Materials and Methods: Sample included 94 pregnant women with true labor pain. The women were randomly assigned into two groups: an intervention group (47) and a control group (47; routine care). The data gathering tools was composed of checklists open question concerning the pregnant women expectation of delivery answered through an interview. K2, t-test, descriptive and inferential statistical analysis were used for data analysis by SPSS software.Results: The finding of the research show emotional needs of women during delivery affects delivery time as well as second stage of delivery (a significant difference) minimum duration of active phase in interventional group was 120 minutes and in control group was 200 minutes and the maximum duration of second phase in interventional group was 45 minutes and in control group was 90 minutes. With regards to considering pregnant women expectation, supportive behaviors were the most important factors among almost all persons in both groups that were confirmed with statistical test too.Conclusion: The findings of this research show that women through delivery need emotional supports. Also supportive behaviors during delivery can significantly reduce delivery time.