If someone has a psychological disorder towards breastfeeding, whether they acquired it in childhood or as an adult, that is simply not my problem.
If they are struggling with this disorder, and they want my help, I will be happy to supply them with information, and answer any questions. However, as a mother, my baby's needs are going to come first. Period. I have to put my baby's need to nurse as being more important than your psychological disorder. And I do not apologize for that. I don't think apologies are necessary. It is just a statement of fact - I think my baby is more important than you. Big surprise there.
Just as if you were struggling with alcoholism, ocd, bipolar, depression, etc., I would be willing to be a listening ear, but I am not going to let your disorder interfere with me raising and helping my baby.
*PS. My husband wants me to mention that we were at a conference this weekend with mostly attachment parents, and no man acted like some sort of unthinking animal towards NIP. We nursing ladies found it incredibly refreshing not to get ANY looks at all - covered or uncovered. We were able to be in small group discussions (with men) and everyone just acted like it was Normal. It was an incredibly freeing and wonderful situation. A lot of older ladies actually smiled at us with approval. We nursed wherever and whenever, when walking and sitting, while eating and by the pool.
Great conference by the way - highly recommend it - incredibly friendly people. :)
Oh, another great post I read the other day on NIP:
Please remember that it is always a Cultural bias/prejudice to think
*In the second year (12-23 months), 15 oz of breastmilk provides: