There's no official guidebook to parenting and everyone makes mistakes, but some people carry the scars for life and promise to do better with their own kids. The challenge is not turning into your parents, when you become a parent.
keep-thinking-bud asked: [Serious] What did your parents do to you that you vowed to never do to your children?
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It was all such a short part of our lives, but we worked so hard to make sure we felt older, looked cooler, and did things "right." Being kids shouldn't have been about that, but we were all in such a hurry to fit in and grow up.
Naked is better! At least that's my opinion. The way we sleep is imperative to a peaceful life. And sleeping in the way nature intended can save you. However, there are always drawbacks. Being nude can be a hinderance in certain circumstances.
Going to the doctor is nerve wracking for sure. Nobody wants to go but when you do it is imperative to be completely transparent. No matter the issue, shame is useless; doctors have literally seen it all... just ask Meredith Grey. So lead with the truth it's the only way to keep living.... denial will get you nowhere.