I am a mom to a little girl, but I often question my abilities. There are questions I keep asking myself about my own parenting.
- Is it ok if I yell?
- Is it ok if I can't always make them feed?
- Am I terrible that I give junk food for the 4 PM snack?
- Am I able to teach them important life lessons?
I often wonder if I am doing enough. That’s just to name a few. And those probably happened in less than an hour. Just today.
All my questions boil down to one simple, and common, question most moms have. "Am I a good mom?"
As a parent, we are always:
-Drowning in mom-guilt.
-Comparing ourselves with others
-Have unrealistic expectations from ourselves
Don't try to be a "perfect parent". Our family doesn't need that. They need a happy parent. So raise your hand if you are guilty of this!
We forget the key to being a good mom is simple. So here's what I have decided to put in my affirmations.
If you are drowning yourself in self-doubt, don't worry – all of us have been there. But picking yourself up and being the best version of yourself will raise happy families.
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