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Do kids grab your guilt gland?

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Do kids grab your guilt gland & squeeze it so hard you want to cry? So many mothers I meet carry the burden of parenting guilt.    Guilt for something they blurted out to a child in anger.    Guilt for not spending enough time with a child.   Guilt for spending too much time at work.    Guilt for saying NO to a child even though they are acting in their child’s best interests.   Guilt for disciplining a child for doing the wrong thing.   Guilt can be triggered be events such as leaving a crying child at child-care or missing a child’s special event.   It can also be induced by your kids, when they reach out and squeeze your guilt gland until it hurts.   Have you ever heard your child say something like?   “Mum, you always let him (a brother) do what he wants.&rdq...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)

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