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The Importance of Taking 5

 

I do always try to make the best of myself and smile even though I maybe feeling rubbish or tired. I always try to be as honest as I can when sharing my posts.
Many parents message me saying they feel isolated or they must be doing something wrong.
 
I am just like you where some days are good and some days are not so good.
I believe it makes parents feel better about themselves, when they see other parents go through the same difficulties and feel the same anxieties.
 
They are not a bad parent and we all do the best we can and love our children unconditionally.
 
Keep going and keep talking don’t bottle it up and remember to take 5 when you can. Sometimes my take 5 is a skinny latte and a piece of lemon drizzle cake.
 
It’s the little things sometimes that can make all the difference 💜
 
Anna Kennedy OBE 

 

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