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Surviving My Teen Years Was Nothing Compared To This

Who knew?

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It’s hard to watch our children struggle, even when we can recognize our own struggles as our sources of strength.

As a mom, I can’t help but worry, “this is it. This is the one that’ll break him.” But he’s more resilient than I give him credit. His growl…

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