Postpartum depression is hard. Baby blues and transitioning to mom-life and wife-life is hard. When I had Micah, I lived in that depression. I lived in the negative thoughts. I lived in the self-doubt and self-hate. I lived in the idea that i must be doing mom-life wrong because as much as I loved my new little baby, I felt sad, alone, and like I was no good at being her mother. I can’t tell you guys how many times the thought, ‘’Maybe I really wasn’t meant to be a mom” flowed through my head. ✨My life was full of bad days mixed in with a few good days here and there✨
LIES! You guys. All lies.
Fast forward to baby number two? I use daily affirmations. I journal. I meditate. I visualize. I pray. I read. I exercise. I eat healthy. I seek self-help. I’m part of a community of thriving go-getters.
I understand that changing my thoughts can change everything. And surrounding myself with positive people brings positivity into my life.
Yes. I still have bad days. I have days (today) where I actually get ready, put on makeup, and end up crying it off.
But now... ✨My life is full of good days with a few bad days here and there✨
Coaching has given my the tools, the purpose, the knowledge, and the belief that I desperately needed to take control of my life and be my best self. For me, my kids, and my husband.
You do not need to live in this negativity. It is possible to get out of because you are in control.
Don’t know how to take control? Reach out to me so I can help you. 💕
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