I don't know if [my field] was difficult for my kids when they were young; they certainly never implied that, and in fact I can remember them bringing their friends to me to ask questions which they didn't know how to address to anybody else. So in that sense, I imagine it was a matter of pride to them. I know that my younger daughter would actually come down when she was in high school to work at Planned Parenthood, to help as a volunteer. She has gone on to get deeply involved in family support issues, though not specifically in family planning.
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