As mothers, we all at times experience being pushed to our limits, stretched thin, and having a short fuse. This can often lead to being reactive—saying or doing things we wished we could have handled better. In this Mindful Mothering workshop, you’ll learn how to increase your capacity for well-being and patience in order to bring more peace into your parenting. This is a special opportunity for mothers to come together and feel supported in the shared experience of motherhood. You will leave with new tools, practices, and resources to help you apply what you learned in everyday life. As a bonus, I’ll send you home with a few mindfulness practices you can do with your children!
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Some children (and parents) need a lot of time to be able to process and accept the transition from high school to college. And if you have multiple children at home, how is their sibling leaving/moving out going to affect them? When my oldest child was in her junior year of high school, we really […]
This summer, I was sitting at my son’s baseball practice and I heard the coach call for one of the players to hustle out onto the field. He was tying his shoe and looking for his hat when I heard his mother yell from our seats, “Give him just a second, Coach! Apparently, he needs […]