They say babies fall two thousand times before they learn to walk. And that good moms will let them fall without making a big deal about it, without shrieking, without running over every time to pick them up, see if they're all right. These good moms will raise kids who are confident, the kind who try new things without being afraid to fail because, to them, failing is just falling—and they’ve learned how to pick themselves up without shrieking, without making a big deal about it, without needing anyone to run over to see if they're all right. They say the average adult has twelve to sixty thousand thoughts per day, and that eighty percent of these are negative. What's worse, ninety-five percent of our thoughts are repetitive—the exact same things we thought the day before. There are no current statistics on how many of us are good moms, or even how many of us are good but think we're bad.