It's Okay Not To Be Okay

feelings friday 

By Suzanne Tucker

We are all working on this parenting thing together. When we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we become courageous to be with what is and be who we are. And the truth is, it is okay to not be okay. 

Join Selina as she recognizes and honors the individual and collective challenges parents face, and tools for being present. 

When we help make ourselves whole, we do the same for our children, holding space to not to be okay, and loving them (and ourselves) through it.

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