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Is 'Natural Parenting' Dehumanizing Women?

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I'm not understanding why it would be?
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I'm not understanding why it would be?
I think Forbes wrote a story about this and it was awful. They should really be ashamed at the way they tried to spin this topic.
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I think Forbes wrote a story about this and it was awful. They should really be ashamed at the way they tried to spin this topic.
Yes it was Forbes. Pure crap! I could not even get through the entire article.
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How can you have natural and dehumanizing in the same sentence. Have we really lost our minds as a species? This makes them more human than any or us. We are so ready to move on and do whatever the machines and the freaking puppet masters tell us to do we lose sight of what really is important.
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With early roots in attachment theory, initially based on primate research and observations of cultures in the developing world, those who follow natural parenting make appeals to vaguely non-western traditions, whether or not these traditions are widely-practiced or proven beneficial. Much of what people think is “natural parenting” isn’t really what nature “intended” or what indigenous people did at all, rather it’s the romanticized version of natural.
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Life expectancy keeps increasing—85 years for women. And taking care of kids is just 18 years. What do women do after that, when the children leave? It's much too late to be able to make a living in the workplace.
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