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Comments for: To stressed-out American mothers: Try being French

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  • Anonymous

    The author of this book is the same woman who wrote about the present she gave her husband for his 40th birthday: a ménage à trois with a woman she found on the Internet. I for one am sick of hearing that America should be more like Europe. 
    Here is a less-flattering review of this “book”  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/26/books/review/pamela-druckermans-bringing-up-bebe.html 
    American parents might need some improvement, but we don’t need lessons from some nutcase living in Paris.

    • Anonymous

      Who should America be more like? Because at our rate, our country is going to be like Haiti. Seem like the French are on to something with their childcare ideals.

  • Anonymous

    Well, I have a hard time with the fact that working mothers get more time off than other employees.  It’s impossible to be a good mother and a good employee in so many instances. 

  • Anonymous

    Nice article

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