It doesn't make me wrong, but you can replace intended with normal if you like, and then view normal as intended. You should research breastfeeding a bit more I think and read up on the importance for a child to bond with its mother and vice versa during breastfeeding. Heck this bond starts already during pregnancy. Not the breastfeeding part of course. There's enough circumstantial evidence to support it. It's not conclusive yet. But enough of it to say women should breast feed their children, there's also a link between breastfeeding and mental health among children. In any case, it is always wise to adopt the approach of "do no harm".