I thought the thread has been pretty respectful and focused on the question you asked, with no judgement on parents who use the book.
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Off topic.... I don't find 21 to be a young mum.... At 21 I had graduated from nursing and was caring for and medicating up to 30 elderly patients a day.
18 is young to be a mum, but once your trusted to hold a full licence I think you qualify as an "adult"
I am trying to work out the purpose for this thread? Is it a 'just because' thread or does it serve a purpose? As a new mum and someone just recovering from PND it just makes me feel paranoid :-/ everyone I know is trying to do their very best. ??? I totally understand the neglect/abuse etc but I get the impression it is just a B session? Not very helpful on a forum that is supposed to be a support network for mothers. Not good at all.
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