Would You Let Your Child Witness Your Miscarriage or Do We Overshare With Children? | Loose Women

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A former ‘The View’ co-host, Paula Farris, recently suffered a miscarriage and has revealed that when it was happening, she brought her 12-year-old daughter into the bathroom to witness it. The mother said she wanted to show her daughter it was ‘normal’ and that ‘there’s nothing to be ashamed of’. Is this teaching a daughter an important life lesson or taking oversharing to the extreme and potentially damaging levels? The panel discuss.
From series 24, broadcast on 29/01/20

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