Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Subject: Date: Think Before You Breed To have children it depends on the decision on each couple whether to create children with the help of a doctor or to have them naturally. Christine overall brings out the importance of having children as an ethical decision whether through creating or having. In her own opinion families that create children mostly do not exist and she is making too much of this. When Christine talks of “Octomom ” Nadya Suleman who created children through the it creates a great relationship between the parents and the offspring. Just like she says the difficulties and rewards of growing and raising children have brought the advantages decision in the proactive making. To have children or not to have them has both the advantage and the disadvantage making it an ethical debate of the biggest number of people. Works Cited Cleland John et al. "Family planning: the unfinished agenda." The Lancet 368.9549 (2006): 1810-1827. Overall Christine. "Think before you breed." Think About It (2013) Pp 396-400 [...]
Given that such families are rare, is overall making too much out of such examples? what larger point is she trying to illustrate? Arlington Reader p 400 question 5. must have min. 2 Mla citation from Arlington reader.