Transcript for Viral Video Asks Moms and Dads to Rate Their Parenting Skills
We turn to the story behind a video that's gone viral. A church in south carolina asked moms to raise themselves as parentses. And the children were asked to say what they feel about their moms. The results, incredibly emotional. And bianna golodryga has the story. There's days when I have my doubts about my abilities. I struggle with my temper. I struggle with how I react to situations. Reporter: It's the viral video revealing many mothers' deepest insecurities. I wish I knew how to, i guess, just calm myself before speaking to them. I wish I was better at taking time to sit down and just listen more to my child. I wish I was more confident in being a mom. Reporter: Filmmakers asking women to describe themselves as a mother. Their answers, very candid remarks, confessing their innermost self-doubts about their own parenting skills. I'm not the most patient person in the world. Patience. Patient, is probably the biggest struggle. Reporter: It's a close look at the struggles many women face every day. I want them to know how much I love them. Reporter: Days later, those same women were shown videos of their kids. Seeing themselves for the first time through their children's eyes. My mom is totally awesome. She tries to snuggle with me. Pretty, funny. She does cook a lot of food for me. She is just unique. That's why I love her so much. I have a lot of favorite things about my mom. My favorite thing is to jump on a trampoline with my mom. That's the most favorite thing to go up high. Reporter: These moms learning that their children love them unconditionally, just for being themselves. I always seem to focus mostly on the negative. I can walk out of here and say, that I'm doing something great, in that my child is totally different and I can be myself. So, that's spiring. This is my calling. This is my job. This is what I love to do. And I will do it better. And with love, each and every day because those kids count on me. And they love me for what I'm doing. Such an incredibly heartwarming story. It was based on the dove beauty ad campaign. I covered that. The women were asked to describe themselves. They were very negative. And a stranger described them much more beautiful. And it gives you something to see that we don't see about ourselves. Reminder. Reporter: Love you unconditionally. More smiles coming up. Country superstars brad paisley
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