posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 09:40 AM
reply to post by Danbones
Great OP to me is to inform or shed light on a subject that is subjective in theory without concrete proof of the subject matter.
@Danbones - Do you have a daughter? Son? Have you lived in the states and actually lived with someone from childhood into their pubescent shift? My
guess is no because of your statement that the OP or the posters are swinging and missing. In MY reality they are hitting homeruns.
I have 2 daughters. One 4 and one 21 as well as a female grandchild. I won't go into depth about their personal agressive onset of puberty but it was
then my own. One area that seems to be a hallmark though is the breasts. My 4 yo is showing signs of them now!
Needless to say we do not eat out anymore. I am very strict on what we bathe her in, types of medications including vaccines, constantly monitory what
she consumes; today I am sick to my stomach that I am going to allow her to participate in a valentine card exchange / pizza party at her PRIVATE
preschool. I also restrict where she spends her outdoor time such as playgrounds - excessiblity to stray animals and to equipment with chipping paint;
as well as where she swims ie we live next to a very large man-made lake that she has played in in the past but will never step foot in again due to
under reported sewage runoff & who knows what else is being dumped. Four highly populated counties surround this body of water here in the GA.
I myself radically made these changes initially to my own set of circumstances where hives would riddle my body and after 18 doctors no one could tell
me what the problem was becasue everything was "the problem." That should pigeon hole this entire theory that our environment here in the states
aggrevates humanity's vehicle of harmony - the body.