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If you’re a parent, you likely feel it’s the most important job you’ll ever do.

If you’re an adult thinking back on how you were raised, you might feel warm and fuzzy, angry, or sad enough to reach for a box of Kleenex.

They’re complicated, they’re baffling, they’re one of life’s greatest mysteries. One thing for sure: Parent-Child relationships matter.

We’ve picked ten of Therapy Soup blog’s all-time top posts about parenting, parents, children, and parent-child relationships. Which one mattered to you?

1. The Narcissistic Mother’s Game

2. Dr. Fran Walfish On Being A Self-Aware Parent

3. Baby Your Baby

4. Divorced Parents: Parenting Action Plan

5. What Makes Alienating Parents Tick?

6. Broken Hearts All Around: Divorce and Revenge

7. When Parents Brainwash

8. Time To Toss The Tube?

9. When A Mother Has Alzheimer’s

10. Parenting Experts Say No To Religion and Spirituality

 

 


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    Last reviewed: 10 Jan 2013

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& C.R. Zwolinski, R. (2013). Top Ten Parenting Posts. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 23, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/therapy-soup/2013/01/top-ten-parenting-posts/

 

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