The primary problem of parenting (and being a human)

 In Positive psychology

The primary problem of parenting is that most parents haven’t answered the following question:

What do you really, really want in your own life?

Without the hard (but fulfilling) work of getting clear on your own value system, it’s challenging to create a system for your family and children.

The scary part of answering the question: it’s daunting to look at yourself in the mirror and be completely honest.

The fulfilling part: once you do, the clarity brings a tangible – and contagious – inner-peace. 

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