As a mom of two daughters, ages 17 and 23, I've had many opportunities to let go. As a planner, I thought I could teach my girls to prevent procrastination. As a private tutor, I thought I could teach my girls the importance of putting academic responsibilities as a top priority. I think as soon as we earn the "mom crown," we feel the stress of being the "perfect mom." Even though our souls know perfection is a very unrealistic goal to strive for, we want to feel respected and acknowledged for being more than just a competent mom. We don't want to just earn a "C" as a mom. We want to be the valedictorian as a mom. We feel judged and compare ourselves to other moms who seem to have it all. The moms whose kids easily earn straight A's, excel in their extracurricular activities and consistently keep their rooms looking as if Mr. Clean was their professional cleaner.
Do you find yourself feeling like you're failing as a mom? I felt responsible when my youngest daughter started suffering from anxiety, refusing to go to school on some days saying she was too sick, failing to turn in assignments, throwing up due to her overwhelm/stress, and transforming from an honor roll student to one who prayed she would at least pass.
I wrote "Mama's Gotta Let Go: How to Let Go without Losing Your Sanity" and created my "Letting go with Aloha" online course for overwhelmed moms who feel they have lost control of their lives.
Do you wonder if it's impossible to make time for self-care? Do you feel pulled in so many directions that there are days that you wish to escape? If you are suffering from busyness, lack of time, lack of energy, lack of control and too much stress, this course is for you.
If you want to feel calmer, have more energy and enjoy being a mom, this course is for you.
I invite you to give yourself permission to invest in this course to take care of you.
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