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7 Ways to Handle the Know-It-All Mom of the Group

You think you have something to offer during a conversation among moms with your own parenting experience, when BAM!, the "Mom Who Knows It All" (hereby known as the MWKA) strikes. She's got the answer to every problem or her two cents to add in about everything, which she clearly feels is more valuable than what you have to say as she either discredits your input or talks right over you in the process.
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