but I survived and I am fine. Therefore, other people shouldn't worry about wearing seatbelts, right?
Why do people use this as a vaild arguement?
I see it all the time here on Cafemom and IRL. People will say "I smoked while I was pregnant and my child is fine" or "I drank alcohol while I was pregnant and my kids are fine" "I was formula fed and I am alive and not obese"
It isn't about things WILL go bad. It is about the risk. It is a risk to drive without your seatbelt, it doesn't mean you WILL die in a car accident. It means your risk is greatly decreased. What about that concept is so hard to understand?
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Answer by Anonymous at 4:27 AM on May. 30, 2009
are you serious about formula feeding not posing a health risk over breastfeeding? even the formula tins say "breast is best" do you seriously think multi billion dollar companies bend to the will of the breastfeeding advocates? come on, money talks, they would never say it if it wasnt true.
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i dotn mean to make anyone feel horrible, i understand that formula has its place, but its certainly not equal to breastmilk
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