10 Most Annoying Things People Say to NICU Parents

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On May 4th, 1992, Carma finally got to take her baby home after 73 days on an emotional roller coaster in a place that felt like science fiction. Surrounded by a sea of babies, most of them weighing under 2 pounds (1 kilogram), kept alive through surgeries, daily being needled, tubed, taped and treated in ways no parent wants their baby to experience. More

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About Carma Chan

What makes me strange and wonderful, is that what you want to know? Of course it is. Why should you read me? What could an old lady have to say that could possibly relate to me and my hormone-fueled frenzy squandering of youth? What could possibly be more interesting than sex, sex, sex? Violence? Oh, no, you're no masochist and I'm too merciful to become sadistic. Sure, I could make you twist and cringe, but why would I want to do such unladylike and uninventive sort of jibber-jabber?

All you need to know is that an O.G. who taught millions of visualizers and influencers how to be said that my sheets are worth reading. Perhaps. But most of my sheets aren't here.

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Susan Mighan reviewed on Aug. 5, 2012
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All three of my boys have been in the nicu, the youngest twice and the second time almost died. When I read this book I cried because it expressed in words everything I had ever felt. Thank you for putting these emotions in words and giving me a release. I hope your son is thriving.
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Miya Kressin reviewed on April 29, 2011

We only had to deal with a 10 day NICU stay when our daughter was born with GBS sepsis. But I was right there with you as to the 10 things you don't want to hear while you're in there. Thank you for offering a well-written, candid, and heartfelt account of your experiences as a veteran of the NICU.
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