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Old 11-15-2010, 11:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Some of you will definitely know what I am talking about! There is this famous article explaining why breast is not "best" but normal. I can't remember who wrote it, and googling hasn't done much for me. Please help, if you know the article I am talking about. Thanks! 

 

 

 

 


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I know the one! Haven't thought about it in years.  It's called Watch Your Language:  http://www.motherchronicle.com/watchyourlanguage.html


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I know the one! Haven't thought about it in years.  It's called Watch Your Language:  http://www.motherchronicle.com/watchyourlanguage.html



That's it! Thank you so much! It's a great article.


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And I just wanted to say, I really love your siggy. Makes me think every time I see it. :)


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Thanks! It's a worth while endeavor.


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If you ever get a chance to hear Diane Wiessinger speak in person, it's well worth your while.  She has so many topics that are very interesting.  "Watch Your Language" and "What Would Mammals Do?" are my 2 favorites!


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If you ever get a chance to hear Diane Wiessinger speak in person, it's well worth your while.  She has so many topics that are very interesting.  "Watch Your Language" and "What Would Mammals Do?" are my 2 favorites!



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