Stop Blaming Your Children for Your Shortcomings

“Just you wait until you have kids of your own,” my aunt chided softly, but ever-so-surely, “You will lose this ammunition you have for all your little side-projects.”

I looked at my her quizzically and asked, “Why do you act as though the person stops being, learning or…

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