If you are the kind of person who did manage to puree your own baby food while keeping up with laundry and naps without once crouching on the floor of the shower and screaming silently into your hands, then you probably don't need to read this book. This is a parenting book for the rest of us. Michelle Kaye is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an expert in Infant Mental Health. She's also a mother of two who swears in front of her children far more often than she wants to admit. Better Than Good Enough is a parenting book to get you through the first six years of your child's life. It is based on personal experiences, the experiences of clients and friends, and the best evidence-based practices in the world of infant mental health. This book offers concrete suggestions on what you can do to be better, and also why "being better" is so goddamn hard.