The Thing You Struggle Most to Accept About Your Child

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Your kids are not reflections of you, but they sure will reflect back to you the things you haven't yet accepted about yourself.

If you find yourself deeply triggered about something about your kid, walk it back in your own story and ask yourself how did people respond to me in this similar part of my life? Or was I ever allowed to be this way?  What would have been helpful for me to hear or feel from an adult in a moment like this?


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