Sometimes we parents get it wrong.
We yell or lose it.
We ‘dig in’ for the sake of being right, long beyond the point of being helpful.
We don’t respond with kindness in a moment that requires connection, because we had our own stuff going on.
One of the biggest myths about parenting is that there’s an ideal – that it’s even possible to be the parent that our child needs all of the time.
Parenting is hard. It’s taxing, it’s physical, and it pushes your buttons in ways you never imagined before kids.
Some days – despite knowing the parent we want to be, we are a different parent – the parent we swore we’d never be.
If you think you are the only parent making these mistakes, you’re not. We all stuff it up.
And while there is no ‘undo’ in parenting, here are the words that create a ‘reset’.
“Let me try that again”
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