I thought it was great. I could relate to it a lot. I had a difficult breastfeeding relationship with my son and it makes me feel bad sometimes. However I addressed so many of my issues before I had my second so that I didn't experience that again.. and have had such a beautiful bonding experience this time around. I thought it was good how the show looked at those genuine social barriers to breastfeeding like returning to work, the fact that breastfeeding isnt popular, how its rare to see in public.. and how breasts are seen as sexual rather than it being normal for them to have dual roles. I watched it with my best friend who is hoping to have a baby soon and has lots of self image issues and also finds breastfeeding weird and said she wasn't sure she could do it.. she said she had no idea formula and breastmilk are so different and particularly about how its much better for sick/preterm babies and she is pursuaded to give it a go. I think what was good about it was that it acknowledged that breastmilk is awesome but also that for lots of women its not as simple as knowing that and therefore doing it... I really like the cherry documentaries.
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