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Most Of What You Know About Parenting Is Bullshit

Nothing you ever do in life – and I mean nothing — prepares you for parenthood. This is not an attempt to brace you for the unexpected. I’m not saying your heart will overflow with unconditional love — although that is almost certainly true. I’m not trying to prepare you for inevitable hardship — although that will almost certainly come. I’m trying to tell you this: most of what you know about parenting is probably bullshit.
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