You know what I’m talking about, mama. You’re feeling closed in, squeezed tight by the pressure on all sides (including the bathroom door). If you don’t get some air soon, you’re going down, and you’re taking your tribe with you. It’s time to put on the Gilligan hat and escape de island, mon. 4 Sanity saving ideas from a mom who escaped the island.
Are you sorrowing today, mama? This post is for you. Moms with children who suffer from illness or disability. Moms of prodigal children and depressed children, adult children who leave you at a loss as to what to do next. And moms of children who have passed from this life to the next. Here are 5 resources for your hurting heart.
Independence is a wonderful thing, when channeled in the right direction. As I navigated the seas of parenting, I observed differing strengths and weaknesses in my children. Here’s how I learned to chart a course and gradually set their ships out to sea.