Can You Have Too Much Parenting Information?

Katie Small
August 10, 2023

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the multiple resources available for parenting advice? Katie Small reflects on this question noting how a family holiday gave her the opportunity to reset her thinking.

"Anxiety causes us to often borrow thinking from others… which feels easier than doing our own. We reach for all the parenting books, Instagram gurus, mothers’ groups and so forth to tell us what to do or how to interpret our child’s behaviours. It’s a normal & often effective effort to calm us down & feel more in control in the short term… "

Image: Photo by Vasilis Caravitis on Unsplash

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