Sometimes, being a good enough parent just does not feel like enough. The drive to be the “perfect parent” is strong, but often unconscious, and it has parents striving to meet impossibly high standards, even if we know that perfection is an unattainable expectation. Then what keeps us aiming for it anyway? And how can you break free from this trap?
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