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|Wed, 04-14-2010 - 5:02am|
It's happened to us all, I'm sure. Someone asks you a question about your kids or offers (unsolicited and unappreciated) advice and you give an answer that indicates your philosophy on attachment parenting. And then that's when, for some reason, people feel the overwhelming desire to "educate" you on why what you're doing is wrong. I have a million reasons for attachment parenting, but when I'm faced with nay-sayers, all of my feelings well up inside and I don't know what to say (because I have so much to say!) to make them understand that what I'm doing is right for my family and that's the end of it!
So, my question to you all is, what do you say when given unsolicited and rude advice regarding attachment parenting? What do you say to shut them up, so to speak, without offending them in the process???
I'm kind of looking for a short and sweet, to the point (and leave me alone now!) answer.