Beyond ideas of wrong doing
and right doing there is a field. I'll meet you there.
This has resonated with me deeply before becoming a mother, but after having my son it has amplified in my survival quest of needing to find that field. Not only to be a good mother, but also to find my way back to “ME”. Furthermore, to acknowledge the unique difficulties of motherhood and handle them with the proper emotions & support. Here’s another reason why I love this quote: I believe, contrary to the judgments I hear whispered in playgrounds, that there is no right or wrong. In Motherhood you will face an array of choices and emotions. My motherhood coaching will provide you tools, knowledge, guidance and support to navigate all the different stages you and your child might be going through.
Motherhood coaching is for you if this resonates with you:
- You are expecting or have children that are about to go to school.
- You feel like you have lost your identity.
- Whenever you feel overwhelmed, lack of motivation and need direction.
- In case you need to structure your life before baby comes or during the first few years.
- You need advice on sleep training, baby food, breastfeeding, first few months, traveling and toddler years.
- Whenever you are experiencing sleep deprivation, postpartum depression, depletion and anxiety.
- You are struggling with your body after baby and need advice on nutrition, getting healthy and feeling better.
- Whenever you and your significant other struggle with/or seek support, balance & communication.
- You have fears, doubts and feel lonely.
- You need help communicating to your child or children and handling tantrums.
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