Going through a divorce is tough. Trying to juggle the kids, your job and the many life changes thrown at you at once can be difficult. Parents can often times be too hard on themselves. On occassion it is ok to lighten up and break a few rules.
When it comes to parenting, many of us often lament how we wish
the job came with a rule book. Wouldn't it be nice if all you
had to do was follow a set of rules, and you'd automatically produce nice,
loving, productive members of society?
the gig isn't quite that simple. Sure, there are "rules" that are just
understood, or passed down from generation to generation as to what "good
parents" are supposed to do. But even those aren't right in every situation, and
as the saying goes, "rules are meant to be broken." Here are 10
parenting rules every mom should break at some point.
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