It seems that some coercion tactics definitely lie in matter of opinion. So what's your opinion? Regarding coercion of a PBMom, what are some examples of what you believe would qualify as coercion...could be given by agency, lawyer, friends, family, boyfriend, etc?
Answer by Southernroots at 4:14 PM on Sep. 3, 2009
I think some identify others giving an opinion of surrender as coercion to that end. I think that a young, unwed women could be very insecure and moved by the opinions of older and wiser folks, but that can hardly be called coercion IMO. I also think that some see it coercion when one tries to magnify the positive and lift grieving or confused bmoms up with their words that might not come out quite right. Again, I hardly call that coercion. To me, it would be intentionally lying and making false promises of financial gain or empty promises about openness and the like.
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