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Are You a Parenting Wreck?

Check the following that apply to you:

I think more about my children than I think about anything else.

I believe parents should pay as much attention to their children as they possibly can.

I want to be involved in every aspect of my kids' lives.

My relationships with my children are the most important relationships in my life.

I want my children to like me.

When a decision of mine upsets one of my children, I usually second-guess myself.

It's a parent’s responsibility to help a child get good grades in school.

Bullying is anything done to my child by another child that upsets my child.

Other adults often fail to understand and treat my child properly.

When my child feels upset, I feel upset as well.

I usually finish an instruction to my child with the word "Okay?"

One of my children is very argumentative.

One of my children seems to be very needy of my attention.

One of my children often interrupts me when I’m talking to someone else.

Raising a child (or children) is the hardest thing I’ve ever done.

Worrying about one or another of my kids causes me frequent sleep deprivation.

One of my children is very demanding and disrespectful.

One of my children cannot take "no" for an answer.

I feel guilty about sometimes wanting my children to leave me alone.

I must be doing something wrong.

     

An online version of the quiz from Are You a Parenting Wreck? This Quiz Will Tell You by John Rosemond


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