10 types of irritating advice for parents
Family, friends and more or less total strangers feel a compulsive urge to give advice. The royal couple will have extra advice from every attention-seeking pundit who can squeeze on to a television studio sofa.
Here are some of the worst forms of advice. Be warned.
1. Bossy books from bossy self-appointed experts.
Have new parents been robbed of their decision-making powers?
Why else would there be so many irritating books telling them how to behave. There are more than 70,000 parenting books on sale. They hide behind cutesy covers, all jelly colours and gurgling babies, but look within and…
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