- Don’t be so hard on yourself!
- You can do hard things!
- You can be anything you want to be!
- I’m the worst!
- I can’t do anything right!
- I should just give up!
BUT! What happens when we realize it is not just someone else’s negative words that we are carrying around, but our very own.
The beautiful part? This realization led her on a humbling yet eye opening journey to raising herself right alongside raising her girls!
Sarah believes that one of the best things you can do for your children is to do the work on becoming your better self!
Here’s the thing: We are all human. We all make mistakes. But, we don’t have to beat ourselves up over them!
- What it means to be a recovering perfectionist as it relates to motherhood
- The concept of fitting in versus actually belonging
- The tension between relief of letting go of a goal that no longer serves you and the grief that comes along with it
- The importance of ‘presence’ in the lives of those around you
- The power of replacing “Mom culture” thinking with the “3rd place is enough” mentality
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