But being a stay-at-home mom was the loneliest kind of lonely, in which she was always and never by herself.
The biggest difference between these two pictures, is now we are both being taken care of💕 I sleep better, I eat better, I feel better. I’m not exhausted and sad all the time. I make time for myself, every single day, to do something that fills me up and makes me feel good. I speak to myself more compassionately and am learning to love myself. Most importantly, since I said yes to coaching, I’m helping other women do the same and I’m not absolutely lonely anymore! ⠀⠀
Yes, I have always had an amazing family, but being a stay at home mom can make you feel very isolated. Add being a socially awkward hermit on top of that and making friends isn’t the easiest task🤷🏻♀️
Now I have an online community of women that relate to the struggles I’ve that be through and have felt the way that I used to. I’m getting out of the house and out of my comfort zone! Yes, we are all very different, but we have so much more in common than we think and when we open up with each other about those struggles, bonds are made👭 We support each other and lift each other up. Celebrate with each other and most of us are learning to love who we are for the very first time. Mom’s who have put themselves on the back burner for years and are now finding themselves, creating new habits, and breaking old cycles💃🏻
All because I said YES, I deserve to be taken care of too and so do you♥️