Being vulnerable and sharing personal stories of struggles and strengths helps us to encourage others, build authentic connections, and find new meaning. Reach out and share your story.
Stop tuning outward to the messages around you and start turning in to the mother you were created to be. Take an assessment to discover your unique personality and reframe perceived "weaknesses" to strengths.
Emotions serve a purpose, telling us to slow down, be mindful and tune in to our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. Discuss different ways for processing uncomfortable emotions as they arise.
Motherhood is filled with personal and cultural expectations when it comes to labor and delivery, breastfeeding, and our role and experience as a mom. Learn how to be resilient and cope when things don't go as planned.
The arrival of each new baby requires a renegotiation of family roles and expectations. Learn strategies to help improve communication, increase gratitude, and reduce resentment with your partner or spouse.
As a mom, you haven't lost yourself, you've simply lost touch with yourself along the way. Learn strategies to help cope with changes to your identity and remember that identity formation is a lifelong process.
Learn how to identify and respond to warranted, unwarranted or excessive guilt. The goal is not to avoid the feeling of guilt but to learn how to navigate difficult areas of your life with grace, acceptance, and control.
Mission and purpose are the fuel of motivation, but it's difficult to gain MOMentum when we are feeling tired, insecure, isolated, and unaccomplished. Complete this maintenance check to help you fill up, refuel, and gain the self-awareness you need to get moving.
Whether you are the mom who is barely surviving or the mom who desperately craves more, I believe that both types of mom can really benefit from stepping outside themselves and applying their strengths and experience to support other moms.
What’s the difference between couples who survive and couples who thrive after the birth of a child? Learn what you can do to make sure it’s a temporary dip and not a permanent decline.
Self-care positively impacts your mood, improves your thinking patterns, and enhances your ability to manage stress. What’s most important is not what you do, but the thinking patterns that motivate your action to take care of yourself in any way you choose.
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