I HIRED A “MOM COACH” — AND HERE’S WHY YOU MIGHT WANT TO CONSIDER ONE, TOO (article from babble.com)
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IMAGE SOURCE: CHAUNIE BRUSIE
After a difficult start to the year, thanks to a major lifestyle change, an exhausting move, and a second miscarriage, I had reached a point where I felt majorly burned out. I was feeling depleted, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Worst of all, I felt like my personal turmoil was causing me to be a downright crappy mom to my four young kids.
Knowing that I was not being the kind of mom I wanted to be spurred me into some kind of action. I decided to try a somewhat new trend in the parenting sphere and hired a mom coach to try to help me be a better mom. OK, so you’re probably thinking, “What is a ‘mom coach’?” Well, I’ll tell you.