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The Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto – Brene Brown

The Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto – Brene Brown
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Anyone who was at the first EVO conference will remember the talk given by Brene Brown on her book The Gifts of Imperfection. She had me at hello….. and turned me into a raving fan. I am getting ready to read her new book Daring Greatly and as I was looking at her website today, I found the parenting manifesto below (Go to Brene’s site for your own downloadable copy).

How many of us want to teach our children to be worthy, but don’t feel worthy ourselves? How many of us practice self compassion with the compassion and love that we show our children? How many of us share our mistakes with our children instead of just telling them not to do this or that?

This is my year to ~ DARE GREATLY ~ Anyone want to join me?

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