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Moms Self Care

6 Things Moms Should Do For Themselves As Often As Possible

Jennifer S. White | Posted 08.08.2016 | Parents
Jennifer S. White

I had a really challenging week. But the thing about being a mom is that we have to keep pushing forward. Life with kids is full and chaotic, and beautiful and truly "never dull." Because of this, I practice these six arts of self-care as often as I can.

What Good Mothers Do: 6 Essential Habits for Self-Care

Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW | Posted 10.22.2012 | Parents
Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW

I've noticed that women have an easier time sacrificing themselves than taking care of themselves. Most of us would rather drop from exhaustion than face the guilt of caring for our own needs. However, when Mom is depleted, the whole household suffers.

13 Things You Wish Someone Had Told You About Motherhood

Mia Redrick | Posted 09.01.2012 | Parents
Mia Redrick

What do you wish someone had told you about being a mother?

How Women Lose Themselves in Motherhood

Mia Redrick | Posted 07.31.2012 | Parents
Mia Redrick

So many women lose themselves in motherhood. I call this the "Silent War," the process of slowly fading away from yourself, your interests and your passions without even realizing it's happening.

What New Mothers Need to Know About Motherhood

Mia Redrick | Posted 04.07.2012 | Parents
Mia Redrick

Because my mother lost herself in motherhood and gave her children everything she had, she forgot to leave much for herself and had to reacquaint herself with the "Me" in Mommy.

Mom-me Lessons From My First Iron Girl Triathlon

Mia Redrick | Posted 03.25.2012 | Parents
Mia Redrick

Last year, I decided to complete my first Iron Girl Triathlon. I've always wanted to do a tri event, but the biggest obstacle facing me was that I did not know how to swim.

Celebrity Psychiatrist Endorses Mother's Self Care

Mia Redrick | Posted 03.04.2012 | Parents
Mia Redrick

When we listen to one another without condemning another's needs, we are all better. We provide a space that is non-judgmental, supportive and provides mothers with the same embrace that they give their families.