Today's contribution is pretty wordy. Turns out that expectations can be major friction points in any relationship. In a parent-child relationship, friction points can cause an all-out firestorm. This kind of firestorm is actually quite preventable.
What other kinds of expectations may be getting in the way of the connection you share with your kids? How can you release your expectations so that you and your family can be happier?
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