Gifts Of Imperfect Parenting Quotes

Quotes tagged as "gifts-of-imperfect-parenting" (showing 1-6 of 6)
Brené Brown
“What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude.”
Brené Brown

Brené Brown
“Perfectionism is a shield that we carry with a thought process that says this, 'If I look perfect, live perfect, work perfect, and do it all perfectly, I can avoid or minimize feeling shame, blame, and judgement.”
Brené Brown

Joseph Chilton Pearce
“What we are teaches the child far more than what we say, so we must be what we want our children to become.”
Joseph Chilton Pearce, Teaching Children to Love: 80 Games and Fun Activities for Raising Balanced Children in an Unbalanced World

Brené Brown
“One of the reasons we judge each other so harshly in this world of parenting is because... we perceive anyone else who's doing anything differently than what we're doing as criticizing our choices.”
Brené Brown

Brené Brown
“[I] never talk about gratitude and joy separately, for this reason. In 12 years, I've never interviewed a single person who would describe their lives as joyful, who would describe themselves as joyous, who was not actively practicing gratitude.”
Brené Brown

Brené Brown
“Caring about the welfare of children and shaming parents are mutually exclusive endeavors.”
Brené Brown

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