Sometimes parenting does not go the way we planned, things seems to be going wrong, or just not the way we thought it would or “should” be. Maybe our child(ren) are not cooperating or listening, they are clingy or the days feel long or we don’t get enough sleep, patience or time just runs out.
When things go wrong, we may feel bad, incompetent, sad, frustrated or all of the above. Yet if we reach within, we can find hope. We can hope that things will get better; we can hope that we will find our way, that we will find a solution or at least the chance to try again.
Today, if you are feeling like something is not going right, look inwards, find that hope, the beacon that guides you and then share that hope with someone. When we share our hope, it grows, it becomes stronger, and then, so do we!
Peace & Be Well,
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