Parental burnout is something my grandparents’ generations never had to experience. The word parent was only a noun back then. Now it is a verb. And once it became an action, we became neurotic and competitive. Although I applaud the effort of parents nowadays, it’s not free. And parents, as well as children, are paying the price for us wanting to turn out a perfect product.

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M.S. Psychology| I write about life, relationships, things that make me laugh, cry, or all of the above in one piece. You can reach me at annaismith.com

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Anna I. Smith

Anna I. Smith

M.S. Psychology| I write about life, relationships, things that make me laugh, cry, or all of the above in one piece. You can reach me at annaismith.com