It all started with a lump in my throat, sweaty palms and a question. Honestly, I thought I would look silly when I hit that โ€œPostโ€ button on Facebook. But something was pulling me to just do it. That post went to my neighborhood momโ€™s FB group. I simply said I was looking for two moms who were struggling with life so I could help them make some mindset changes...for just one month. ๐Ÿ’Œ 10 messages later I found myself in tears. Who knew that so many moms were secretly lost and unhappy...craving help and guidance. I vowed to make a difference and work to reassure moms that life can be different. ๐Ÿ’œ And here we are. I never could have imagined Mindset Mamas would come this far. But Iโ€™m so grateful that it has. ๐Ÿ‘‰If you are one of those moms struggling, please give yourself the gift of guidance. Feel free to message me...I would love to help you.
YES! Before I became a mom, I never realized how MUCH of motherhood is straight up like Fight Club. "First rule is, you never talk about Fight Club" There's so much pain and stress in this journey that people ever talk about openly which is insane! Its also tough because society doesn't want to hear how difficult of a time a mother is having. Only that mothers should just fully love and embrace motherhood and it completes them. Which is NOT THE REALITY AT ALL. We need to start normalizing that while mothers may wholeheartedly love being a mom, they don't need to whole heartedly love parenting or even being a mom sometimes! I love your mission because mothers have this pressure on them that is incredibly unique. Thanks for sharing, Kelli!
Thanks for your thoughtful reply, Hannah! Oh, the things no one tells you...right!? Your comment about society not wanting to hear how difficult a time a mom is hearing is TOO TRUE. I'm glad you're on board with normalizing moms not having to do and be everything!!