Do you ever ask yourself “Why am I so crabby all of the time?” Maybe you notice that you have been more quick tempered or sharp with your children and spouse. Or, maybe you have thought “I feel lost,” “I’m a failure,” or “I am a crappy mom?”
Maybe you spend all day working as hard as you can, trying to be everything for everyone. You are feeling overwhelmed, but more responsibilities just keep getting piled onto your plate. You feel like you are being taken advantage of or that you are drowning.
By the time you get home or evening comes, you feel like you have nothing left to give. You are short-tempered and not like the mom and wife that you want to be. You spend more time redirecting your children or telling them no than truly enjoying your time with them. You fear that they are walking on eggshells because they can already tell what your mood is like. You wonder if they think that they are the reason why you are so irritable.
As a result, you feel like you are letting people down right and left. You fear that you are damaging relationships with your loved ones ‘beyond repair’ and that is terrifying. You are stuck and you don’t know what to do.
What if you were able to learn tools so that it didn’t feel this way? What if you were able to replace all of that self-doubt with self-confidence? How might you feel differently if you could see what a great mom you truly are or that you are not a failure and that you are not alone?
Now is the time to do it! Take charge, make time for yourself, and get back to the you that feels good…feels competent…feels complete.
Does this sound like you?
- Why am I so crabby, tired, and irritated all of the time?
- I love my family with all of my heart, but man, they’re exhausting!
- I feel so guilty for being a “crap mom”
- I have friends, but it seems like nobody talks about the real struggle
- I feel lost….like a failure…the self-doubt is insane
Do you ask yourself: “Is it really just me?”
Let’s be real, being a mom is hard work. These tiny people seem to have their own mind and opinions about everything. It can be frustrating. It can be tiring. It can be overwhelming. But, it doesn’t have to be like that.
What if there was a way to manage those overwhelming emotions and figure out how to free yourself of the constant exhaustion, self-doubt, and irritability that seem to have taken over your life? What if you could connect with the confident, capable, and complete version of yourself that you know is in there somewhere?
Imagine a life where your interactions with your family are filled with patience and joy instead of frustration and you no longer worry about being a “crap mom.” Picture a world where you can share your struggles with someone who truly understands.
If you have ever wondered, “Is it really just me?” and felt like no one truly gets it, you are definitely not alone. Being a mom is hard work, filled with lots of challenges and uncertainties, but it doesn’t have to feel completely overwhelming.
Now is the time to take control of your life, make room for self-care, and reconnect with yourself. It is time to break free from the exhaustion and self-criticism. Are your ready to tackle this stuff head on?