Quotation by Fred G. Gosman

We have become unsure of the rules and unsure of our roles. Parenting, like brain surgery, is now all-consuming, fraught with anxiety, worry, and self-doubt. We have allowed what used to be simple and natural to become bewildering and intimidating.
Fred G. Gosman (20th century), U.S. author. How to Be a Happy Parent . . . in Spite of Your Children, introduction (1995).
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