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Re: “Not asking for your parenting advice...

There are many women out there who learned a lot about parenting through self-learning, courses in school, such as dietetics or psychology, or by having a close friend or family member who is in their life raise a child. On the other hand, many women who become mothers may be ill-informed or less educated on the subject of raising children. For example, the idea of voluntarily feeding an infant cow's milk as opposed to breastmilk could very well be an issue of uneducation on the topic (as an example) and therefore someone such as a friend or family member who has for whatever reason read something on the topic could very well feel they have a right to give their opinion. Maybe more mothers should question the person giving advice instead of saying that they have no right to give such advice. For instance, oh really? I didnt realize cows milk was unsafe for infants.. Why is that? Where did you read that? What is your background on the information? Many educated, intelligent women with information to share are not necessarily mothers but may be able to offer good information, at least information worth looking into.

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Posted by Whimsicle on 08/19/2012 at 8:47 PM

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