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5 Reasons You're Not a 'Good Enough,' 'Remarkably Average' or 'Bad' Mom—You're a Damn Fine One

all moms are powerful

Mom, you're not so-so. You're super. Here's why.

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Take a look at any new movie about motherhood, popular parenting blog or, hell, just your Facebook feed, and you’d get the impression there are a whole lot of mediocre moms running around.

In fact, there’s an entire cottage industry of mom bloggers who make a living assuring their fellow parents that its OK to to be just an OK mom—bloggers who wholeheartedly embrace being a mediocre mom, an average mom, a average mom, , , and of course, , and .

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