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Parenthood is bad for your health: study - The Globe and Mail

Parenthood is bad for your health: study - The Globe and Mail

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  1. Hmmm. No mention of how NOT parenting (depending on why you are not parenting, of course) can be bad for your health...risks of "The Pill", abortion.

    And where did they find these parents? The ones I hang around with were VERy careful what they and their families ate...and sugar ranked right up there with dirt as far as welcome food additives go.

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  2. Scientists have determined that insanity is hereditary. Parents inherit it from their children. :->

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  3. I actually see evidence of this every day, JP. Even moms who are careful what they feed to their offspring are not so careful when it comes to themselves. They rationalize that "just this once," a sugar-loaded snack or drink won't hurt them, when they're rushed off their feet, have no time to prepare their own food carefully, and hunger pangs are making them edgy and snappish. And then, of course, "just this once" did not hurt that once, so it probably won't hurt again...and then it becomes routine.

    Yes, parenting can be bad for your health.

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  4. Larry Green13 April, 2011

    No doubt about it at all, parenting is potentially bad for one’s health - not exclusively but also by virtue of the fact that if one is actually in perfectly good health then one is potentially in poor health!

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