Originally Posted by lemon
I think she can only be writing the book to help educate. Or for her own therapy. If she was just interested in airing her dirty laundry for cash, she would have written many a tell-all by now.
As for the formula issue. I noticed that she took care to stress the breastfeeding aspect of her relationship with her daughter in the interview. That it was the one thing that kept her physically involved with her daughter during her most difficult PPD days, and that it was during breastfeeting that she began, eventually, to bond.
Really, I wonder if she didn't take the formula job to help perpetuate the great mom/perfect baby image she thought she needed to show to the world. Not that she would think formula made a great mom, but for those camera images of mom & baby radiant together.