PARENTS

Why We Aren't The Parents We Know We Could Be

06/24/2014 01:36 pm ET | Updated Jun 24, 2014
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Most parents I know suffer from occasional -- or constant -- eruptions of parental self-judgment: moments when they feel they fall short of being the parents they could be. There's a gap between what they know about effective parenting (in the abstract) and what actually happens in everyday practice -- in the car, in the supermarket, in the living room.

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