Brands and parenting advice: an unhappy combo

Brands have long wanted to tell us what to do: what clothes to wear, what food to eat, what car to drive. But lately, with the urge to appear ‘worthy’ and ‘good’, they seem to want to get involved in the more emotional aspects of our lives too, even suggesting how we should parent our kids. And, frankly, it’s becoming rather annoying

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