Paper 4 - your child he’d have no problem being there.”...

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Kate Daye March 2, 2007 Due to group think in today’s society men feel obligated to watch their wife give birth to their child. Many women think that it’s a requirement for men to be there watching. Unfortunately, these men and women are blinded and ignorant of many facts. Women are believing what other women tell them, “If your husband really loved you and
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Unformatted text preview: your child he’d have no problem being there.” Men are following the crowd, swimming downstream with everyone else and keeping their nose clean by watching their wives give birth. The group think trend in this situation is so obvious to me, the men are too scared to research, go against the norm, and possibly their marriages....
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