Comparing ourselves to peers is natural, but when that gap creeps into our self-worth, the damage begins.
When she was a new mom, Brooke Romney fell into this trap. After a lot of reflection and personal growth, she came out the other side as the author of the book “I Like Me Anyway,” which is about knowing yourself, finding your strengths, and empowering your children to do the same.
Brooke and Whitney discuss the the power of focusing on what you can control, giving kids the gift of self-confidence, and why supporting your child’s dream — even if it’s doomed to fail — is better than saying “no.”
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