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Reblogged from "A Beautiful Place of the World": Ever thought of yourself as a Public Relations specialist? Well as a parent, it’s practical to think of it as part of the job. It may not seem like an occupation to … Continue reading →
Reblogged from "A Beautiful Place of the World": It’s a little bit of a shame that we all have to parent on parade. It has its good sides, I know, but more often than not, the visibility of our children, … Continue reading →
Generally speaking, we parents like to think of ourselves as the adults in our relationships with our children, right? Unfortunately, this perspective often binds us to the idea of being “right” all the time, or being the ideal version of … Continue reading →
Ever thought of yourself as a Public Relations specialist? Well as a parent, it’s practical to think of it as part of the job. It may not seem like an occupation to combine with parenting, but once our children are … Continue reading →
I’m eventually going to write a book (or at least a chapter of one) taking apart, limb by limb, the current idea of “socialization” as defined by making our children spend all day with 30 other kids their age and … Continue reading →