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why would it make a lady so angry to suggest home care vs day care???

a lady posted a question asking basically i suppose about how to get the lowest cost child care so that she could go to work,and i offered some suggestions and questions about possibillities of her and her husband being able to care for the child by working different shifts,the husband finding higher paying work,or cutting back on spending and i stated that there are basically alot of dangers to placing especially a newborn infant into daycare .. so then she starts emailing me accusing me of submitting her for vilation notices when all i did was give an answer she gave a thumbs up to hoefully let her feel better since she is a pregnant woman .. and wow all of a sudden i got one account suspended aand a bunch like 20 violation notices and in her email she said that she had went searching through my answers so like is there any reason someone would get so angry at someone for suggesting a way to stay with there baby?I have 9 wk old and work from home and care for him

Asked By: Son of Troll - 9/7/2007
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she's probably just a nut job lol. Sounds like you were trying to offer helpful advice to me!
Answered By: western b - 9/7/2007
Additional Answers (8)
Do you think she got you mixed up with someone else? That's weird.....
Answered By: SU - 9/7/2007
 
some people take stuff too personal , i guess
Answered By: lisa k - 9/7/2007
 
Maybe she felt like you were critisising her, everyone is entitled to their opinions though
Answered By: christine b - 9/7/2007
 
Maybe she wishes this would work but it's not possible for them and took it our on you. I didn't read your answer though.
Answered By: G I R L - 9/7/2007
 
she might have gotten answers mixed up with someone else's... More
Answered By: evol - 9/7/2007
 
people are nuts.
Answered By: avl717 - 9/7/2007
 
Dont know...there are allot of jerks on here.
Answered By: MissLiss - 9/7/2007
 
check this link its good http://workathomeandearnmoney.blogspot.com/ .
Answered By: gracy s - 9/9/2007
 
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