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The 5 Hardest Things About Being a Mom

Mom Challenge #5: Learning to let go continued...

No, you can't safeguard your child from every possible harm, but you can allay your fears and you can also take pride in knowing that you're protecting your child and modeling a rational understanding of the world around you. What's more, you're readying yourself for the day when his safety is truly out of your hands, which also means you're readying yourself to take better care of you when that day comes.


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