Quotation by Elaine Heffner

Mothers and others who work with children each have their own special expertise; each has something to contribute to a child's well-being. The opinion of each needs to be respected. Together they can work more effectively on behalf of the child. It is not that one is right, the other wrong, that one is good, the other bad. There are no certain answers and all the information available is needed. It is time to stop looking for a villain—and it is certainly time to stop casting mothers in that role.
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