We’ve heard stories like this so many times before…You can tell something is off with your spouse, a family member, friend or child, but no matter what you do or say, they just won’t open up!
As your mind spins over what could be going on, your fears and worries begin to multiply.
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Habits shape our lives. The question I hear repeated all around me lately is, “How do we rebuilt post-pandemic?” I’ve been thinking about the world and heard it said that we’ve all gone through a collective trauma.
Now, this is familiar territory…
Trauma changes us
When we ditch mom-guilt and remove unrealistic expectations off our lives, we can truly love and live fully. Your children will thank you for it in years to come (and so will your future-self)
Mom-guilt is a thing.
Whether you’re a mom or dad, you are prone to its effects.
Parents, it’s wild out there.
“What do you mean”, you say? I’m not sure how you feel, but to me, the world is shaking. It’s a VUCA world for sure. A VUCA world stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous environment. Doesn’t that describe how things are right now?
It’s hard to parent when the threats are real. And in a time of VUCA, we need a fresh mindset, a new skillset. Many are describing the times we are living in as an age of too much.
Parenting with intention is not an easy feat. It takes time, effort, and dare I even say, planning. No-one is ever quite ready – every parent is caught off guard time and again. I think we have moments when we realize, “WOW, what am I doing” and then we take a deep breath and carry on. But I do
love being a mom. I wouldn’t change it for anything in this world.