Almost every parent wants the absolute best for their child, but unfortunately that often doesn't translate into healthy parenting. Without actively reflecting on your parenting, it has been found that parents typically engage in negative patterns that harm both their own well-being and that of their child.
And that's normal, you're definitely not to blame. You've had your own life experiences that have shaped you. In response to them, you've developed positive ways of being, and more negative ones.
I wrote this book to share 12 of the top self- sabotaging patterns parents commonly fall into and what you can do to overcome them in order to support your child's emotional well-being, all while improving yours.