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Parenting is one of our most important jobs in life. But we also don’t get formal performance reviews like we do in the working world. Sometimes that can leave us guessing.
How am I doing? You want to know, right?
Since there isn’t a formal review process, we tend to look to the world around us to evaluate ourselves. One common way that we decide whether or not we are doing a good job is by looking at our kids happiness. If the kids are happy, we must be doing okay. Right? If they are unhappy, we must really be botching things up, right?
Or sometimes we look at the outcomes of parent-teacher conference, the kid’s grades, or grandparent commentary
Often, these things can result in a lot of self-doubt for us as parents.