So all of my guy friends and even most of my girl friends were telling me to hang out with both women.Essentially they advised me to "see other people."I've never been comfortable with the idea of "seeing other people."Here are pros and cons of seeing other people: Incomplete projects strewn around is a hallmark of the ADD-afflicted person's life. Considering I have trouble following through with one girl,how much trouble will I have following through and managing two different relationships?If I tell both women, I'm officially seeing other people.
In fact I've never had sex with two different women within at least 3 months.
If I ever did, I'd feel overwhelmed and a bit dirty in a way(growing up Catholic messed me up). Dating two women could create a time issue, although my buddy told me to look at it as a reward for working hard during the day.
Much of Dr Sears’ philosophy has become mainstream in the two decades since he published his first book – papoose-style carriers are a common sight, and of course children should be cuddled as much as they need to be.
And breastfeeding until a child goes to school is fulfilling a mother’s needs, not a child’s. Children are at the centre of our world but it doesn’t mean we need to be at the centre of theirs.
The worry of many developmental psychologists is that extreme breastfeeding dampens this natural stage of a child’s development and serves only to indulge the mother: it gives her attention and a purpose. They become interested in body parts and what they do.
Breastfeeding a child old enough to walk over to his mother and open her shirt creates a confusing message about personal boundaries and our bodies.
These are just a few of the reactions I heard from mothers who had seen the cover of Time magazine last week, featuring an attractive woman breastfeeding a boy who looked almost old enough to attend primary school.
The picture of Jamie Lynne Grumet and her three-year-old son illustrated an article about Dr Bill Sears, the American parenting guru who believes that if we all lived on a desert island, this is what women would do.
Breastfeeding babies is natural and normal – but in my opinion, breastfeeding your child up until three or even later is unnecessary.
Dr Sears is an advocate of something called attachment parenting, which involves parents and children sleeping in the same bed, babies being carried in slings – even at home – and mothers breastfeeding until they want to stop, whatever the age of their offspring.
If one gets serious, then I have to hurt the other girl by cutting that relationship off.