When our kids are young, we map out in our minds what we want for them. We want them to be successful in school, in work, and in relationships. But many unexpected things will occur in their lives. Our kids will fail, face rejection, get sick, and make poor choices. A key to parenting is to expect the unexpected when raising your kids. Here are 3 reasons why. First, it helps you avoid overreacting. Expecting the unexpected will help keep you from feeling frustrated or disappointed when your child performs less than perfectly. Here are the rest of the reasons Why Expecting the Unexpected is Important in Parenting.
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