Wow... That blog was full of some pretty strong viewpoints.
This one was just awful: "As I stand across from parents who sometimes spontaneously burst into tears they are so sleep-deprived and miserable, I am so grateful I knew to take the long view. And that really is the thing, Sears; I have yet to meet a parent of a child over 9 months old who isn't in some kind of agony trying to undo the attachment crap."
It's those kinds of absolute and offensive statements that *should* lead any intelligent reader to question the author's viewpoint. It's usually the overly matter-of-fact to the point of rude people who precisely insert only the stories that fully support their viewpoint and leave out the rest. Unfortunately, these kinds of people seem to gather followers. Sorry, I'm just more annoyed with the author's writing style than I probably am the message because I just really really dislike the black-and-white kind of attack stuff. I am totally with Kali. What works best for the whole family and produces healthy children is really what matters most. When one person with one child thinks they know the secret to every childrearing quandary, I'm puzzled.