Mommy, Your Butt is Fat

I can't say that my mommy-daughter conversations always go as smooth or as successful as the one below. Whether about bodies, food, where the sun goes when it’s dark, or why some people are mean to others for no reason, my daughters stump me. A lot. When the stump is about unimportant social mores or random mysteries of the universe (like Why is A the first letter of the alphabet? Or Why do we need to say you’re welcome when someone says thank you?), I don't worry too much about my responsibility to say just the right thing. But when the question has to do with being kind to others or being kind to ourselves, or when I think the lesson I might teach will have a tremendous impact on their way

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Maria Paredes, PhD, LPCS, CEDS-S

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