I am 100% against judging ourselves against other moms.
Or at least I would be if that would stop this automatic response.
The fact is, we do it constantly, don’t we? Sometimes going with the flow can be used to our benefit. So
let’s go there, and see what we can learn, okay?
Momentum is the key to getting what you want in life. It’s often hardest to get started. So make sure you don’t discount any win! That’s how you kill the start you have towards the life you want.
One of the toughest moments for parents is when our kids say hurtful things about us. Yet like so many things with parenting, when we see things for what they are, it helps us to react much more appropriately.
I love how regular GPS members are embracing the concept of finding the gifts in painful, stressful situations. The fact is, when we can do that, we can much more quickly change those situations. I’ve had members ask me, though, how to know when to change things versus when to look for the gifts in pain. That’s prompted me to do a blog post on the subtle, but critical nuance.
People often joke about how being a mom means being a jack of all trades, including being a doctor.
What if a brief study of how ER docs perform could make you a much happier, more effective, and relaxed mom?
Every mom should know the basic concept that ER doctors use to get through their shifts and achieve the best possible outcome over. There are many times when being a mom feels almost as hectic as being an ER doc, so why not have the best tools for dealing with challenging situations?