7 Effective Tips to Cope With Mommy Stress

Mommy Stress

Mommy Stress? You are not alone. Seventy percent of U.S. moms say mothering is “amazingly stressful.” And 96% also feel that we are a lot more worried than our mothers were.

So what is triggering mommy stress, circa 2020? (How much time have you got?) It is everything from financial uncertainties, a more intense parenting style, and higher expectations for our children’s achievement, to a lack of support, time famine, connection needs, and concern that the world is more difficult for child-raising.

But more important than the origin is how unchecked stress can affect our health and our family’s well-being. Chronically stressed mothers tend to be insensitive to kids. Studies reveal that a parent’s capacity to handle stress is a powerful predictor of the quality of her relationship with her kids and how happy her kids are.

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New Year – Time To Focus On Your Personal Growth

personal growth for women

More and more people are beginning to understand that there doesn’t have to be anything wrong with you to continue your personal growth throughout your life. Long gone are the times when reading a ‘self-help book’ was seen as sad and you’d hide it from the public by keeping it to yourself.

But, most people still expect the personal development journey to be smooth and somewhat respectable. You will sit on your designer couch and read a book or a personal development blog or listen to a wonderful podcast in the comfort of your vehicle. All very civilized!

You may even attend the Anthony Robbins seminar and go to the Festival Of Doers in January. That’s the type of thing most people do!

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