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- Mummy Madrid, Madrid
“I don’t want my child to struggle.”
Have you said it? I have.
No parent wants his or her child to suffer. No parent wants his or her child to hurt. It is embedded into every parent’s being to protect their child. Right?
Of course! But struggling (at leas... Read moreby Karyn Gorman on June 10, 2013