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Old 03-06-2012, 08:04 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Like.Australia View Post
Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000 View Post
I think it's best to read and listen a lot...and say very little! LOL
I'd rather not sit idly and listen to people who disagree for no reason other than their own ignorance. I'm very careful about what information I give, but I'm looking for ways to deal with people (mostly my parents and in-laws) who have their own ideas about pregnancy and childbirth that don't exactly mesh with mine.
But how would they know your ideas to be able to disagree with them, if you don't tell them? Unless you are looking for advice or second opinions (and it doesn't seem like you are), it's not necessary to share that information IMO.
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