S01E12 Are there decisions in parenting that just don't matter that much?
Sometimes it feels like every decision we make as parents has an undue amount of weight. Why is this? Has this always been a dilemma? And can we escape the heaviness?
Today on the Wayfinders Podcast, I’m wondering if previous generations felt similar stress over the “little” decisions leading to “big” consequences, whether they had more innate sources of faith that they were more or less going to do things “right,” and how we can cultivate more trust in our own innate sources for guidance?
We’re talking parental conviction, identifying our core principles… and owning the stuff we just don’t really give a shit about. It’s time to dig deep and come out the other side with more confidence.