In relationships, especially ones that we’ve been in for a while, more often than not we tend to skip the gesture of giving love notes to each other.
Sometimes being a mom can be a lonely business. It takes some time and it takes deliberate effort to reach out and find a tribe, but it’s so worth it.
If you’ve ever felt lonely, anxious, or like you just aren’t connecting to those around you, you’re not alone. Connection is a very human thing.
We want and expect our kids to calm their reaction, but we struggle to do the same thing. Dive in to episode 178 with me and let’s talk about what’s happening under the surface. We have to do better. Here are a few options to try.
During the pandemic, I found myself craving connection. Did you? During isolation, all the day-to-day connections were stripped away. What ways have you found to connect during the pandemic?
Connection with my kids initially got worse when we started homeschooling. I was the teacher, and they should just do what I decided they should do because I said so! And guess how great those days were. . .
By Erin Trier – What does a mom really want? Diamonds? Chocolate? Babies? What really matters to her?
We all have moments we mess up and handle our emotions poorly. In episode #97 we talk about how to respond to those moments we show up with our kids poorly and work to move forward in a healthy way. We always get to try again!
It’s no surprise that cuddling makes you feel good, but did you know that it is a natural stress reliever? It’s true!
Today’s podcast includes a simple reminder to share our love with those important to us. I hope you create a simple connection today!