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    Dear everyone both on/ff of here,

    For a limited time, TIME is giving all readers special access to subscriber-only stories. Read our 2012 cover story on “attachment parenting” here

    I’m glad to see that they are doing.  Especially, for me have only heard it more then saw and read it.  Since at the time and still feel that I’m novice in this/ese particular subject/s.  But of course I still plan on reading the whole thing because to its quite important to see how they covered.  At the same time have both heard and saw some of Dr. William P. “Bill” Sears, M.D.  Whom three out of the eight children (sons) have followed in his foot steps as well.  On top of that theirs other one his children (son as well) studying to be.  Well, from at least what I read on his Wikipedia Page  On the other hand his wife and their mother (Martha) is also in the business.  In which shes the nurse (RN) in it and has written at least one book dedicated to breastfeeding entire.

    Now, lets get back to why I’m both sharing and posting this in the first place.  Since thats out of the way.

    I mean just look at how far we moved on from this method/style of parenting.  Especially, with soo many more/other parenting methods/styles out there.  Also what we need to moved back to this method/style of parenting now and what we need going forward as well.

    On top of that I for one have acquired my fair share of both learning and researching on all of this and beyond.  That includes going toward as well.

    Think thats it for now.

    Thank you, again, in advance.

    Yours truly,


    From what I can tell from your post, I don’t think children should follow their parents footsteps unless they want to.

    TIME magazine is excellent with their articles. I only know this from their reputation. On another note, I have found a lot of online articles by such magazines/newspapers do have to be paid for. I think this is a good thing, as they do need to make a profit to keep their publications going. The media is incredibly important and does keep the world in touch with such issues as you’ve mentioned, so if it means paying, then so be it. Although that is a controversial notion.

    I will check out the link later but, again, parents should always let their children follow their own path. It will make good reading, though.

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