Mary Laura Philpott thought she’d cracked the code: always make the right choice, and you’ll always be happy. But her relentless mom life and to-do list didn’t bring her contentment, it brought anxiety.
In this conversation, we talk about how holding herself to the “perfect” standard left her struggling and how she, bit-by-bit, moved herself to a place of better balance and authenticity.
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1. There is no way to parent perfectly.
2. Doing the “right” things according to our culture doesn’t necessarily lead to happiness.
3. Change is always possible. Indeed, it’s the only thing we can count on.
With warmth and lovingkindness,
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