Gve me all the reasons why it's better for their kids and that they love it.
then I ask a question to NON attachment parents why they do the thing they do, or don't do other things, they get defensive and say it's none of my business how they raise their kids and why do I care anyway?
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I think most parents in general, in order to continue to think and feel better about what they have done and will continue to do, need to be very protective of how they choose to style their parenting methodologies. Attachment parenting fans do get defensive - especially when you talk about the potential negatives to co-sleeping. I'm neither pro or con when it comes to attachment parenting theories. There are some sound reasons to apply many attachment parenting techniques to your parenting tool box. Just as there are many good reasons to apply other parenting techniques. I do tend to agree though that parents who utilize AP techniques tend to be more flexible and able to go with the flow, tend to be more in tune with the environment. Not because it is their AP style that allows them. But I believe that more of those more flexable adults are attracted to that type of style.
Answer by Anonymous at 8:43 PM on Feb. 28, 2009
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