Are you running out of time being a parent? Consider allowing your children to do more for themselves and your family. It's a concept that really does work...it's often our own guilt as parents that keeps us from teaching our children how to load their clothes into the washer, put them away when clean, or to do a load of dishes. Your child does not have to be a prodigy. Expecting your child to do some work does not make you a bad parent, in fact you're a better parent if you teach them to have a good work ethic from a young age. Just don't expect them to be the Picasso or Mozart of laundry & dishes. Expect imperfections and expect you'll all survive them. Your child's will improve with time and patience!
Mary Bowles, PsyD, abd, LMFT