All Blog Posts Tagged 'Attachment' (3)

Angelina Jolie Meets Mayim Bialik

It's impossible not to bump up against these articles on helicopter parents, hovering parents, attached by the boob parents, you get the idea.  It seems to have turned into it's own cottage industry with celebrities; some write books like Mayim Bialik (I don't know who that is but she seems to…

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Added by Rhonda Talbot on December 11, 2012 at 11:49pm — No Comments

Obnoxious Comments and Clever Responses: Breastfeeding Edition

We have all heard them, the obnoxious comments and “wise” sayings of

others intending to “instruct” or “help” breastfeeding moms with the act

of breastfeeding.” Whether it be from a well-intended family member or a

questionably “interested” stranger, these comments are usually based on

some past knowledge or personal experience, from so-and-so mother that

they knew, or mother that someone else knew.



They are usually said with such assurance that breastfeeding… Continue

Added by Jessica on June 16, 2010 at 10:08am — No Comments

Need Links for EXPERIENCED MUM

Hi, I'm looking for resources to add to my links on my

EXPERIENCED MUM website:

http://web.mac.com/experiencedmum



Browse through the links and if there are any categories you

know of blogs, resources, weblinks, articles etc... that you

can share with me to post on them, please send me an e-mail

or post it here.



I am especially looking for educational links to add to my

Special Education, Attachment Parenting, Art Education

and Home… Continue

Added by Denise Michelle on June 4, 2008 at 12:37am — No Comments

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