Parents You Are Not To Blame

In despair, we grasp at straws. In a state like temporary paralysis, we search within ourselves for the source of this dilemma. The stress of the moment makes us lash out and blame the other parent. Blame one parent for pushing the child to succeed! Blame the other parent for overworking, for being unable to spend time with the child.We blame ourselves for the past, blame the situation of the “single parent.” We might think, if only I had done this or that, this problem would not exist!!

Overwhelming feelings of guilt settle in.The mind searches for an answer. Blame someone or something!!!

You are not to blame.

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