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Dear Parents, You Don’t Always Know What’s Best For Your Children

Reflections from a former child.

Dear Parents, You Don’t Always Know What’s Best For Your Children.
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Parents think they know best.

Perhaps when your child was an actual child, this was true. “Hold my hand as we cross the road.” “Put your seatbelt on.” “Swim between the flags.”

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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