Perfect Parents? Baloney.

Daily Prompt: Out of Your Reach  What have you always wanted to be the perfect  a parent?  Who doesn’t, but ti will  always been “Out of Reach.”

Not that I agree children are always normal.  And as one pundit said some time ago: “Insanity is inherited, you catch it from your children.

The media has created the idea there are perfect parents somewhere in the world. Lies, lies, and more lies.  Parenting is a messy business and perfect parents a myth.

Go for good enough, almost good enough, and occasionally crazy.  Your children will be strengthened and better prepared for life in the real world.

Stay Strong

Visit my Daily Twelve Emotional Fitness Exercises .  Practice them and keep your craziness to a Can’t-commit-you level. Easily practiced each one was specifically designed to improve  #EmotionalIntelligence.

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As always, thank you for your support, it means a great deal to me.


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DISCLAIMER: FORGIVE MY GRAMMATICAL ERRORS FOR I HAVE DYSGRAPHIAIf you need perfect posts, you will not find them here. I have dysgraphia which means that sometimes my sentence structure is not that easy to follow or I make other errors. Still, most people understand me. All of my books are professionally edited, but not all of my blog posts are. Thanks for your understanding and reading my work.

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