Why Chores are Important for Children of Single Parents

It’s not just to lighten your own load

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If you have children, you know the deep, abiding bond that develops between parents and kids. Because you love them, you want them to be happy. A parenting conundrum that often arises in light of this is whether to assign jobs around the house to your kids.

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Writer | Meditation Teacher | Self-Care Expert | www.writewithwendy.com | www.mindfulsinglemom.com

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