Do you ever find yourself accepting limitations about yourself simply because that’s what you’ve always believed? I’m too fat. I’m lazy. I’m ugly. I'll never get thin. I’m just not cut out to be a calm mom. Stress and anxiety run in my family. I’ll never succeed/stop yelling/get thin. I always mess up. I just CAN’T. I’m just not worth it. (Some sense of unworthiness lies at the core of almost all limiting beliefs.)
Losing a beloved family pet can be quite painful. Personally, I always forget just how hard it is. . . . until the next time. It’s been three weeks since we suddenly lost our beloved Indy, the younger of our two poodles, and it still brings a tear to my eye when I think about it. It was tragic; it was expensive; it was heartbreaking. . .
These quick and easy healthy snacks and beverages can help your child regroup after a long day in school and avoid meltdowns and overwhelm. You'll also help smooth the transition to your dinner and nighttime routine.
Today I want to share with you one key tip that will improve almost any area of your life - from parenting, from your interpersonal relationships with others, and even the way that you feel about yourself.
So often we buy into the hype and fall for myths about motherhood that can make us feel trapped or stuck. It doesn’t have to be that way. Here are four common myths that can lead us into frustration, yelling, and mom-guilt.