Do you really feel like you have to have an opinon on everything? I've seen a lot on this site in the last few years. Breastfeeding versus Formula, disposable diapers versus cloth, Extended Rear Facing, Vaccinations, etc. Do you all really truly honestly care about all of those issues? How do you all not drive yourselves insane trying so hard to be perfect and right in a profession (motherhood) in which there are no right answers or the perfect way to do things? Don't you feel worn out just by the pressure you all put on yourselves? I don't want to hear your "soap box speeches" just answer the question. Do you all care about every tiny detail and feel if you slip once your child will become a serial killer? Don't you feel like the worst parent in the world sometimes anyway, no matter that you Breastfed, ERF, Vax'ed, etc.? Like when your 3 yo is screaming for a toy in a store, and "Its totally out of character!"
Asked by Anonymous at 10:36 PM on Jul. 20, 2009 in Just for Fun
Answer by mybella81 at 10:44 PM on Jul. 20, 2009
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Answer by ronjwake at 10:49 PM on Jul. 20, 2009
No, I don't care about every little detail, but I have opinions on a lot of things. And I really am more in support of mom's doing what's right for their families and not what everyone else is telling them they should do. That's why I like CM. Because if I ask a question about losing weight, I get one answer telling me I should eat this way, and another saying exercise this way, and so on. And getting all these different opinions and ideas help me figure out what direction I want to go in.
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