Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Art of the Meltdown

I often say that if mothers have one thing in common, it would be having a meltdown! Mothers often have moments where they feel overwhelmed. I thought that writing a book was going to be overwhelming. That was the easy … Continue reading

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The Thin Line Between Support and Advice

All mothers go through a moment when they receive “advice” followed by a “I support you, you know”. But what is the intention of someone who freely advises the mother on the care for their child. Are they being supportive? … Continue reading

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Be careful what you say! Free speech can have its costs.

Mothers are often the receiver of unsolicited advice, opinions and recommendations for what they should do when taking care of their household. I remember after having my first child, I became the bulletin board for advice from many people, even … Continue reading

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