Lack of balance affects so many of us, and can certainly lead to stress, fatigue, irritability, and illness. We may also feel as if we’re stuck in a rut. Trust me, that’s no way to live!
Certainly there are strong emotions connected with both positions on whether both parents of young children should work outside the home.
Here’s an idea that just might help. Imagine that, starting right now, you had only three days left here on Planet Earth. That’s a 72-hour deadline to settle ALL your business. What’s more, you couldn’t tell anyone you had only three days left. Would this shift your priorities?
Too often, the difficulties that come between parents and their defiant children can be reduced quickly by the parents, although it’s not easy.
As parents, we tend to think a lot about what it means to us to have children. We don’t focus very much on how difficult it is to let go of them.
As crazy as our lives get, we must also take care of ourselves or we can’t properly care for those around us.
Here are three tried-and-true tips for the mom who desperately needs a little time to herself.
Here are a few simple things you can do to refill your tank when you’re running on empty.
It goes on and on, all the things that are paradoxically stereotyped upon us as women and moms that we should be and shouldn’t be as we cross the supposedly flawless threshold from Super Woman to Super Mom, and ladies I am here to tell you don’t worry about it.
Guilt is an unavoidable emotion that plagues the spirit of most conscientious mothers.
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