Wednesday, June 27, 2007

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an excerpt:
Although many women consider breastfeeding (or not being able to breastfeed) one of the most significant experiences of our lives, it remains one of the most misunderstood, devalued and invisible aspects of our mothering. Too many of us face social and cultural invisibility and a lack of support and appreciation for the day-to-day work of nursing and nurturing our children. And if our culture can be less than supportive when it comes to nursing an infant, it can be downright hostile when confronted with a woman nursing a toddler or pre-schooler.

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