Author: Amy Moran as published in Psychology Today
As a parent, you’re going to fail at one time or another. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ll fail on a regular basis.
Parenting fails don’t make you a bad parent. In fact, every time you mess up, you have an opportunity to sharpen your parenting skills and teach your child valuable life lessons.
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