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“Carl Jung wrote, ‘Nothing has a stronger influence psychologically on their environment and especially on their children than the unlived life of the parent.” - p. 29
“How can you change who you are and learn what it takes to get up, over and over, if you can’t allow yourself to feel how much it hurts to be knocked down?” - p. 76
“…to be excellent at anything, it must cost you something.” - p. 305
“How you care for your child from the time they are born until they’re eighteen is important, but who you are as a person and parent for as long as you live also counts, and counts one hell of a lot.” - p.395