Handling “post 5pm mothers”; a curious observation by a Doctor.
Since long I have felt one thing in my practice, that my evening patients(moms with children) are less interested in what I say and specially not at all interested when I suggest them that children are children and you will have to bear with them. They are more concerned with what medicine I prescribe and want a cure immediately, though this is usually not the case with my morning patients.
And my Conclusion:
If you have advice or want to give someone "constructive criticism" about their(moms) parenting, please do so in the first half of the day, even if you are a Doctor.
For your own safety do not tell a mother how to care for her children past 5 pm, because you know, she's already put in a good 8 hours with the kids, she's going to bite your head off for sure !
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