Secrets of smart mums

Baker, Kelly
June 2008
Australian Parents;Jun/Jul2008, p32
The article offers tips on and reveals secrets about smart motherhood. It emphasizes that a successful and confident mother believes in herself and her abilities. It explains how having a positive outlook can help mothers deal with the difficulties associated with motherhood. It also notes that mothers should not compared themselves to other mothers.


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