Mean Moms Rule: Why Doing the Hard Stuff Now Creates Good Kids Later Denise Schipani Author
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Denise Schipani shares her secret to being a 'Mean Mom,' and why it's better for your kids–and for you–in the long run. —Jen Singer, author You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either) 'Mean' moms make kids learn to do things for themselves from making breakfast to finding inner peace. I'm hoping I'm a little meaner myself after reading this book. —Lenore Skenazy, founder of the book and blog Free–Range Kids I've chosen to be the kind of mother I feel is best, and that kind of mother is mean. MEAN MOMS SAY NO. MEAN MOMS ARE CONSISTENT. MEAN MOMS TRUST THEMSELVES. MEAN MOMS DON'T CARE WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS DOING. MEAN MOMS TEACH KIDS THE LIFE SKILLS THEY NEED TO KNOW. MEAN MOMS SLOW IT DOWN. MEAN MOMS FAIL THEIR KIDS A LITTLE BIT EVERY DAY. And mean moms prepare their kids for the world, not the world for their kids, raising children into adults who know how to make themselves happy. Mean Moms Rule. And their kids benefit Denise Schipani writes about all things mean and motherly at


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