posted on Sep, 22 2015 @ 12:47 PM
Ever since my cousin/best friend gave birth to a full-term baby boy 18 yrs ago, who was born missing a part of his brain due to Toxoplasmosis, and
only lived for 1-hour, I cannot stand hearing the term 'no-brainer.' It is actually disturbing to me and reminds me of that traumatic day and being
there with my cuz in her time of need. That term brings me right back to that day. Depending upon which study you review and believe, about 1 in every
1,000 - 3,000 babies are born with this disease. So it's not real common, but it's also not rare. Either way, I cannot stand the term 'no-brainer'.
You asked, I told.