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If This is How My Kid Sees Us, Maybe We’re Not Such Lousy Parents

Why the lens of a child is more telling than anything.

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I spend more time than I care to admit critiquing my parenting skills. I’m constantly fighting that internal voice telling me, “You should have picked the kids up earlier”, “You could have cooked something yummy and healthy for dinner”, “Why can’t you make…

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Tami Bulmash

Tami Bulmash

I write and teach about the mind-body connection and its relationship to health and well-being. More at https://www.bodyandposture.com/

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