Support for Parents

Parenting doesn’t have to be a constant feeling of survival.

“How can something so amazing be so difficult at times?”

You probably ask yourself this question more than you care to admit. The daily grind of parenting life has left zero gas in your tank to take care of you at the end of the day.

Self-care has become just one more thing to add to your overflowing to-do list.

There are days when self-care looks like volunteering to go grocery shopping to have some time to yourself. Or maybe self-care looks like binging your favorite Netflix show with a side of Ben & Jerry’s.

No judgment here! I think we’ve all been there.

You love your kids, and you love being their parent.

But you’re also juggling too much, and it feels like you are spread too thin.

You feel guilty admitting this, but there are days when you miss your old life. You miss waking up when you want to and going out with friends without needing to find a reliable babysitter.

When was the last time you didn’t feel the pressure of being the best parent?

Is it fair to say that the pressure has always been there?

Since the day you brought your adorable baby home, you have probably felt some amount of pressure to do things the “right way.”

There’s pressure from society and the media about how to sleep train and when to get your kids signed up for sports… and then there’s the constant well-intentioned advice from family and friends on how to raise your kids.

It can feel so overwhelming trying to pave your own way as a parent.

634089968There’s no roadmap to being the best parent.

What if, instead of chasing perfection, you embraced imperfection as a part of the parenting process?

You don’t have to be the perfect parent because you’re already the best parent for your kids.

You’re showing up in every way you can. You’re feeding them, getting them to school, reading together, navigating playdates, and so much more… that often goes unnoticed.

I’m here to help you find happiness in the chaos of parenting life.

I know some days parenting can feel like the most difficult job you’ve ever had.

You don’t have to continue to struggle alone. Call me today to schedule your free consultation: (614) 859-2419.