Honestly, it breaks my heart to know that one of the most magical, inspiring, and fulfilling times in our life is being survived through. It is normal for women to help other women survive motherhood. Now, I want to be clear. If you feel like you are surviving, I have been there too, THAT’S OK. Please hear me say that there is nothing wrong with you. You are doing motherhood in the best way that you know how, at this moment. And when you know a different way, you’ll do your motherhood differently, which is why I do what I do. My purpose in coaching is to give moms of multiples the tools, training, and tutoring that they need to thrive in their motherhood.

Here’s the truth, though, I am selfish because y’all, it’s the best job on the planet! To see a mom go from surviving to thriving, it’s incredible. But let’s dive into it so that you can understand how to possibly thrive in motherhood because right now, it doesn’t seem likely.

If you are reading this blog post, it means that you have the luxury of the internet, which likely means that you have a roof over your head, access to running water, access to food regularly, and doors to keep unwanted intruders out of your living area. Are you catching my drift? Survival is pretty likely. And it happens to be the brains only function, to help you survive. 

However, in this modern world, the brain is confused by what it needs to protect us from. The brain thinks that something has gone wrong when there are crying babies, someone comments on our parenting, when we don’t get a restful nights sleep, when the kids are whining while we are trying to cook dinner, and when the kids won’t go to bed smoothly at night. This list can go on and on with the problems that our brain thinks it needs to solve. And yes, it can help us solve these problems, but in this modern world, the only reason we do anything is to feel a certain way. In motherhood, we just want to feel like we are good mothers. 

We start thriving in our motherhoods when we believe that we are good mothers, regardless of others’ actions around us. When we be the type of mom, we want to be, no matter how our children behave. We are thriving when we take responsibility for our emotions and don’t blame others for them. Thriving is also taking responsibility for our time and how we choose to spend it. We are thriving when we don’t blame our motherhood for the life that we are living. 

The coolest part about thriving in our motherhood is that it allows us to tap into our motherhood intuition fully. And guess what happens when we access our motherhood intuition more fully? We start thriving even more because we know exactly what our children need from us, and therefore we feel so successful in our motherhoods. 

Doesn’t that sound so much more fun than surviving? It’s possible for you, mama. I’m here to help. I’ve been where you are, and from the other side, I can tell you that it’s 1,000% worth the effort. You can thrive, I’m here to guide you every step of the way. Click here, and we’ll start the journey together. I’m rooting for you. Enjoy the journey. 

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