How To Deal With The Motherhood Imposter Syndrome
Feel like a bad parent? It happens to us all – at some point. The motherhood imposter syndrome affects every parent, somewhere along the line.
It's just that we don't mention it. To anyone. That feeling that everyone else has this parenting thing sorted so much better than you. The motherhood imposter syndrome makes us feel like we are failing. The truth is that we are not inadequate. Indeed, at the heart of the imposter syndrome is your desire to be the best parent possible. Surprised?
The Reason Why The Motherhood Imposter Syndrome Makes You Normal
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