I don’t know what I need to be happy?

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Do you feel like you’ve lost yourself through parenting? Like even if you had time to yourself, you wouldn’t know what to do with it to make you feel happy?

Episode #118

Today I have a special treat. An interview with an amazing former client who came to me because she didn’t know what she needed to be happy. After 12 years of parenting kids and part time work, she felt like she had lost herself through the daily crazy that comes with being a mom of 5. When she did get a rare moment to herself, she didn’t know what to do that would help her feel better.  This is an interview with her one year after she went through the Supermom is Getting Tired coaching program. I wanted to hear from her about how coaching helped, what she did to continue the momentum once the program ended, and how her life had changed. Two classes starting soon! If you are struggling with your teen, go to www.LeadingYourTeen.com and sign up for a free coaching call. You can tell me what’s going on for you at home and I’ll see if you are a fit for the Leading Your Teen coaching program. We’ll discuss the differences between the group and 1:1 coaching program and whether you sign up or not, you will leave the call with more clarity and confidence on how to be a resource for your teen.   Also coming up soon is Time for The Talk. A sex education class for parents to take with their 9-13 year old. This class opens up the lines of communication on difficult topics like sex, puberty, gender, values, friendships and more. It’s a great way to set the foundation for open communication throughout adolescence. You can learn more about it and sign up at www.TimeforTheTalk.com  

Quote of the Day:

“The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special, too.” Ernest Hemmingway

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