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28 comments to “Mayim Bialik Cashes In After TV Diss”

  1. boston61 says – reply to this


    The ladies on The View are 100% correct. Mayim is mentally ill if she is breast feeding her 4 year old. JMHO

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    Love her reply. The ladies of the view can speculate all they want, but the cause of Mayim's divorce is between her and her husband, and I applaud her for keeping it private. As for her extreme parenting - it is quite common in other parts of the world - I don't see it as extreme, and I don't see the big deal.

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    I guess money is the answer to Mayim problems

  4. LoriC says – reply to this


    Mayim, honey, in this case, great for you for getting a check. I definitely see the irony. But your parenting practices remain gross and completely unnecessary. You aren't any cooler for doing things out of the "box", okay?

  5. sukhi says – reply to this


    According to the WHO, the average length of breastfeeding around the world is 4 years. Since that's the average, many women do it for longer. So what? Only a nation of idiots who feel it's okay to feed their children cheetos and coke in their baby bottles would object. Not by chance that the US has the fattest children and adults on the planet. Good for Mayim - do what's right for your family and let all the haters get sick and fat.

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    Re: LoriC – I really don't think Maim is trying to be cool.

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    Totally agree! Re: sukhi

  8. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    Re: sukhi – Attachment Parenting is not the most beneficial form of parenting after infancy (infancy is birth to 2-years-old). Only an idiot (which can be found anywhere in the world *gasp*) would think it was okay to give a bottle full of Cheetos and Coke to their child. I've never even heard of such a thing until you brought it up. Projecting?

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    If only you could get the facts straight along with the totally misleading headlines. She got a residual cheque! Your headline implied she won some kind of civil action. If your nose wasn't so far up the Talk's ass because they pander to you, you would have reported the story correctly. The ladies of the View wondered IF the attachment parenting could possibly have had something to do with the divorce. But if you told the truth, there would be no story. Elisabeth or as you used to call her Elisabitch and the other ladies merely speculated about this somewhat controversial style of parenting may or may not have had anything to do with it.

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    The ex is lucky to get away from that. I feel good for the guy. He lucked out.

  11. boston61 says – reply to this


    Nothing worse than a know-it-all who knows nothing.

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    I feel for her. She is going through divorce and has people in her business trying t make it seem like it is her fault that her marriage failed when they on't know anything about it. While my parenting methods are very different from hers that isn't a reason for a divorce. She isn't the only mother to use these methods, and she believes they are best for her and her children. For all we know her husband is to blame for the failing marriage. It's none of our business though.

  13. @v@ says – reply to this


    Breastfeeding is a natural state of affairs, and can go to age 7 or 8 in world locales that know what breasts are FOR, rather than assign cultural sexual issues to the practice. Sharing a communal bed has been shown to result in secure children without attachment disorders. If a hubby and wife want to get jiggy privately, it can still easily be arranged.

  14. NINA says – reply to this


    I think its ok that she breastfed that long since science has proven that its extremely healthy for the baby, especially for the brain. IDK about the context of the sleeping thing but their are reasons I guess though I strongly believe against it, children need to be separate from their parents at some time to develop their own sense of security, if she is their all the time its fudged up. Maybe she isn't around them all day and thus finds it comforting to be around them at night idk.

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    The benefits of breast feeding have a limit, about 1 year, after that it's an emotional payoff, and at 4 it's just plain weird, IMO. And marriage and children require a delicate balance. I think children feel most secure when the two adults in their life are focused on each other, rather than on their children. When parents focus on the kids instead of the spouse, you raise what we have in spades, over indulged, over confident, self centered, entitled, less able to cope….should I go on?

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    Mayim.. sorry the View people are ignorant btches… We need more attached parents inthe world than DETATCHED ones who raise horrible brats

  17. boston61 says – reply to this


    She thought she was such a hot sh*t with her book on parenting or whatever. Too funny!! Why does every woman become an obnoxious know it all when they give birth? It's been done a billion times before you did it. LOL

  18. nooneneedstoknow says – reply to this


    hubby was probably hatin on Mayim because their preschooler got more titty than he did.

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    Read "Grapes of Wrath", when things get tough it has been normal for daughters to breast feed their parents.
    There is a painting in the Louvre or Rijksmuseum of a daughter breastfeeding her father in a jail because he was being starved to death.
    Don't get wound up!

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    Re: JeffreyR.Peter SnoodleNoodle – This is from the WHO (world health org) It has been estimated that a natural weaning age for humans is between two and seven years. Family physicians should be knowledgeable regarding the ongoing benefits to the child of extended breastfeeding, including continued immune protection, better social adjustment and having a sustainable food source in times of emergency. The longer women breastfeed, the greater the decrease in their risk of breast cancer. There is no evidence that extended breastfeeding is harmful to mother or child.

    Maybe before you make a statement you should check facts.

  21. tadge says – reply to this


    If they are old enough to ask for it they are too old! Get a bottle!
    And boundaries please. Get a baby monitor and have your own life with your husband!

  22. tadge says – reply to this


    Re: Branin – O assume you have never breat fed !

  23. thaduck?? says – reply to this


    Re: tadge – if they're old enough to ask for it they're too old?? also what makes you think a bottle is more healthy for the child. formula is a lot worse for babies than sucking on a tit. a long time ago breast were just for milk. you're twisted if you think breastfeeding is wrong. the kid was 4, get over it. if she wanted to do it for that long then good on her. most women don't even want to do it for 6 months. the view shouldn't even be on the air, its a tv show where the women continuously argue. who wants to watch that?! boobs are for babies and a woman can breastfeed for as long as she wants. also theres no problem with co sleeping.

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    residuals? Really? One of your stupidest posts ever. And that's saying a lot!

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    Re: Branin – Where in my post did I claim that breast feeding was harmful to mother or child? I gave my opinion, that at 4 years of age, breast feeding is weird. And maybe it does benefit the child to extend the length of breast feeding, but for 7 years! You MUST be a man to even suggest such a thing! LOL

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    Seven years of breast feeding! That should be reserved for the independently wealthy, masochistic types, who don't work or have anything else to do all day! What a joke, for a modern society!

  27. OhPlease says – reply to this


    The women of the View can say whatever they want but no one here should be indignant about it because it's exactly what goes on here and on other sites in the "comments" section. That said, 4 years old is too old to breast feed as far as I am concerned. When the kid is old enough to say "Got Milk" it's time to cut them off!

  28. Aleyd says – reply to this


    Re: JeffreyR.Peter SnoodleNoodle
    Breastfeeding certainly has many benefits after the age of 12 months. If the child starts getting sick the mother's milk will start to contain antibodies to help fight the illness. Breastfeeding also helps natural jaw development and speech.