Non crazy Mother has left a new comment on your post "What happened to My Marissa":
You are very misguided. I think you are abusing your children by not taking care of them. And if you think that vaccines made your daughter sick then you must be very sick yourself. It sounds like she had a brain tumor and you were too stupid to go to the doctor and see if you could help her. Shame on you for hurting your child. You are to blame. Shame, shame, shame. I suppose you breastfed all your kids until they were 5 years old. Freak! >>
Fortunately, it's the only one I've gotten so far. I chose not to publish it in comments since it's not really a "comment" persey, it's really just a very very sad person. Or maybe it's a 13 year old with nothing to do. That's what happens on the internet. It's like writing a book. Except when you write a book people take it into their homes and they talk about it and maybe discuss it with their friends. Here, we get to read the reviews instantly, and people can say whatever they want because we will never know for certain who they are.
Another hazard would be someone getting a hold of your blog and holding it up for ridicule and misrepresentation. That happened to me yesterday. drfleablog.blogspot.com/
(my mac doesn't seem to respond to the ctl cues given by blogger, if anyone knows how to make those work, please let me know!)
On the upside, I am reminded of why I avoid doctors once again. If you will notice, he did not even read Marissa's story correctly. He had a preconceived idea of what happened and then just skimmed the story. He claims that Marissa had febrile seizures and that is why her initial postical phase was so mild. Marissa never had febrile seizures, and no where in her story does it say that. He also claims she died during status epilepticus. Although she suffered through that time and again throughout her life, she in fact was not seizing when she died. So I am reminded that when I am speaking to a doctor, in most every case, THEY DO NOT EVEN HEAR ME. Even when I corrected the information in his comments, he ignored me. This is all aside from the fact that he put a bottle of some sort of cleaner at the top to represent the name of my blog~ Lavender Essence, which was chosen because when Marissa died, her dress was lavender, as was the beautiful sunset.
Good doctors are few and far between. I know a few myself, but we had to search long and hard to find them. My sister is one. Marissa's neurologist is another.
Would you want this guy to care for your children? I would have to wonder if my child was getting the appropriate treatment based on the fact that he could not even correctly read my blog. Maybe he's just trying to get me to shut up? Who knows.
Oh, and "non crazy mother", please refer back to my post in order to see the involvement of the medical profession. Also, no, I do not nurse my children until they are 5, only until they are 3 or 4;o)