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Being a mom is hard
When our first daughter was born, I saw my wife struggle through the adjustment postpartum. When our second daughter was born, it became even more of a challenge to try and get everything done. We were in a tough spot trying to find childcare, pay the bills, stay sane while chasing two girls around the house, and have time for each other.
Parenting is way harder than I ever imagined. I've spent a lot of time home with our girls, and feel the same stresses and worries as my wife.
But it's still different.
Society puts much more pressure on moms than it does dads. I get passes where others might give her nasty looks.
I don't want other moms to have to struggle through the same things she did.
Get help while the baby naps
Put on Paw Patrol or Sesame Street for your toddler (ours is partial to Little Einstein and Daniel Tiger). Settle your baby in for a nap. And get your needs met with online therapy.
I don't care if you're in your pajamas or look like you haven't showered in days. I get it. I've been there!
No judgments here.
If we get interrupted, we'll roll with it. It's happened plenty of times in my online sessions with moms and we always make it work.
It's more important for you to get the help you need as conveniently as possible.
The struggle is real
Do you find yourself wondering how other mothers make it seem so easy?
Does it ever feel like you've tried everything, and yet each day is still a struggle?
Are you constantly tired?
Do you worry that you're not a good enough mother?
The stresses, anxieties, and worries just keep piling on and nobody understands or appreciates everything you do for the family.
You wish you could feel the way you did when you imagined what parenthood would be like.
Where did that joy go?
Imagine how it would feel to not constantly question yourself, but to believe in yourself instead. To recognize that even the best parents struggle (a lot!). Imagine yourself having the energy to make it though each day. You can be a mother and still have time for yourself and your relationship!
You do not need to stay stuck in this rut!
Whether it's remembering the happiness you used to feel, or coping with the racing thoughts that keeps you up at nights, I specialize in therapy for stressed out moms to help them take the steps they need to live a life filled with meaning and fulfillment.
If you're feeling overwhelmed, that your life isn't what you'd like it to be, or that you don't even know where to begin to make things better, please reach out and schedule a free consultation.