I have really appreciated your guidance and learning about your eye opening approach to child rearing. But I have a problem. Its me. For whatever reason, I can not shake the guilt that I feel when disciplining my 7 year old daughter. If she tears up, it hurts me so badly inside that at times (after I have left the room) I find myself tearing up as well. I try and stay the course, but certainly it feels that my effectiveness as a parent is impaired. My husband is on board and shows "no mercy" with our child rearing. I know what I want, and that is to raise a good kid, and I know what I have to do. But please, help me with my internal turmoil. Help me with suggestions to change my emotional state during what should be "knowing its for the best" times.
Thank you.

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