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Let’s End the Mommy Wars and Overcome Judgement #SisterhoodUnite

No Judgement. Stop the Mommy Wars. #SisterhoodUnite
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  1. HelpfulMum says:

    This is so true. There is so much judgement around and it really does only take a moment to compliment someone on their parenting. A random person in the street said my children were delightful and I was doing a great job and it made me feel fantastic!
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  2. rika says:

    i love this article.. I agree. Criticizing others is a lot of more harmful than we think. Start supporting others and show positive attitude
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  3. rika says:

    I agree. Criticizing others is a lot of more harmful than we think. Start supporting others and show positive attitude

  4. Mykidsguide says:

    It would be a lot better if we all get along. Instead of saying nasty remarks, let us just support each other.
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  5. Melissa says:

    You really hit the nail on the head. It is so easy to judge other moms but no one is perfect and they are just doig the best they can with each situation. I know that’s what I am doing everyday.
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  6. Jennifer says:

    I’ve heard all kinds of horror stories from my sister about judgy mommies. I don’t understand what the deal is. Why do they care how another mom is raising her kids? Raise your own!
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  7. SHELLEY says:

    Yeah, it just doesn’t pay to judge. Plus the second a judgement comes out of your mouth…you’d be surprised how quickly you are presented with same situation and often have to make the same choice.
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  8. Jamela says:

    I have learned (been a mom since 18) that everyone has their own styles of parenting. So I do what works for me, I can’t emulate someone else as a parent, because Im just not them.
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  9. I never knew how difficult it was with mommy wars! My friends recently enlightened me and then I read you post! My head is still shaking!

  10. Bonnie @ wemake7 says:

    What a great post! I wish all mommies would unite instead of judging, would make the world a better place.

  11. Dina says:

    What a great outlook to have. We all need to love more and judge less that’s for sure. We’re all just doing the best we can!
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  12. Rosey says:

    I am terrible at taking help. Then when I did find myself needing it, I asked the wrong people who were resentful that I asked, so… I went back into the shell and do it myself Wrong? Maybe, but that’s the truth as it is over here.

  13. I totally agree that the motherhood wars need to stop. Everyone has their own way of mothering and parenting and what works for them is what’s best.
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  14. Krystal says:

    The mommy wars are clearly ridiculous. It’s just like high school all over again.
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  15. Rebecca Swenor says:

    Kudos to Similac for a great video indeed. It shows us that we all need not to judge others or even our self. Many say, “What works for one child may not work for another.” This statement is so true. Thanks for sharing.

  16. I’m sure that one of the mothers you approach and give a pat on the back will surely appreciate it. Sometimes, all it takes is to hear a word of encouragement from a complete stranger to give them a boost.
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  17. This is so true – not that I know so much about it.. but I just think a support group is better. 🙂
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  18. Jamie says:

    The world would be a much better place if we all just aligned and help each other through it. Great tips! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty
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