Receiving guidance on parenting: Whining & politeness

Every time I receive guidance about parenting, it’s always about letting my perceptions change. In order to allow my perceptions to change, I must release a framework, concept or judgment cherished by ego. When I allow what seemed precious and essential to be taken away, I feel better. When I feel better, people–kids or adults–feel better around me.

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5 thoughts on “Receiving guidance on parenting: Whining & politeness

  1. Thank you, Julie…so sweet to hear you work things out in your own thoughts, to hear your daughter’s reactions, the interplay of becoming…wish I had heard this when raising my own kids yeaars ago. It will be fun and insightful to observe such things as my grandchildren grow. Blessings and love to you!

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