Being a mom is supposed to be the most rewarding, joyous role on earth, and sometimes it is. But let’s face it, sometimes being a mom feels awful. Tired. Overwhelmed. Resentful. Worried. Did I say tired? If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t NOBODY happy!
Confession – I’m a single parent of three boys under the age of 10. If anyone knows tired and worried, it’s me. But by G-d’s great mercy (and that’s no exaggeration), I learned some important mindset lessons that as I apply them, are changing the way I relate to my kids, giving me so much hope, and improving our lives day by day.
Now that I’ve learned these lessons, I’ve become passionate about helping other women do the same. Motherhood is the greatest gift and the greatest challenge. If you’re struggling with thoughts and emotions around your kids and motherhood, please check out my “Sad Mommy” 8-Day Mindset Makeover — in 10 minutes a day, you’ll learn how to bring awareness to the thoughts that are hurting you (and your kids), how to change your thoughts into ones that make you feel better and act better as a mom, and how to build the family you’ve always dreamed of – with God’s help.
All my love and blessings to you, Mama! You got this!