Personally, I donâ??t think thereâ??s any magic to being a good parent. The key is to know that youâ??re going to have days where you feel like you got it down pat and you donâ??t understand why everyone complains about being tired and all that crap. However, other days youâ??re going to feel like you are drowning and that there is no light at the end of the tunnel.
That is how life goes whether you have kids or not. Put simply, some days suck really bad and some days all the pieces come together and life could be no better.
Recently, I came across an article on Huffington Post titled â??Latest Parenting Trend: The CTFD Methodâ?, written by David Vienna from TheDaddyComplex.com. He is obviously far more humorous and clever than I, but I couldnâ??t agree with his article more.
It Cialis goes back to things I have said on here before, there is no one right way to live life or raise your kids. There is however one right thing we can all do, be a little more supportive and a little less critical. I tend to lean more toward this â??CTFDâ? idea simply because it seems we are far too hard on ourselves and I know from experience we worry and start comparing our child to everyone elseâ??s. Oh crap, heâ??s not crawling yet or he canâ??t recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
Whatever it may be, itâ??s okay. If you can give a child love and allow yourself the room to make mistakes, itâ??s all good. We humans are pretty damn resilientâ?¦if you hadnâ??t noticed. So be sure to check out his article that is linked to above and let me know what you think.
Is CTFD the best parenting method you have heard of?