You are not a failure
When you feel like you are falling short of expectations, it can be easy to feel like a failure. However, it is important to remember that you are not a failure. You are simply a mom, and you are doing the best that you can. Here are three reasons why you will choose not to allow yourself to be defined by your mistakes or perceived failures.

1. Everyone makes mistakes
2. Your mistakes do not define you
3. You can learn from your mistakes

The first thing to understand is that everyone falls short at some point in their lives. We are all men and women and imperfect. Secondly, it is important to realize that the one giving you this feedback may not be coming from a place of kindness or understanding. They may be projecting their own feelings of inadequacy onto you. Lastly, try to take this criticism as constructive feedback that you can use to improve yourself. If you can do these things, then you will not feel like such a failure when you are told that you are falling short. 

Remember that everyone makes mistakes and your mistakes do not define you. You can learn from your mistakes and become a better person as a result. Allow yourself to be defined by your capacity for growth and not by your mistakes.


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