Three myths about a bad mother
We have a lot of feelings and emotions. Some are nice to feel, others are not. Few people love to get angry and sad, but everyone loves to rejoice and admire. But these are quite “tolerable” feelings. But the feeling of guilt and shame caused by the feeling “I am a bad mother” can bring anyone to despair and depression.
Few people talk about this, and if they do, it is usually only with the closest and only with their eyes lowered. More often, they try to shove him as deeply as possible so as not to be tormented and not tormented. If it often seems to you that you are a bad mother, you are often angry with a child, it seems to you that your child is not like others (and not for the better), and that your fault is an article for you.