Month: April 2020
How To Cope With Mom Guilt Now
When I joined the local mom’s group almost ten years ago, I had no idea what lay ahead in the next decade. Becoming a mother turned my world completely upside down, as I learned an entirely new way of being. Thankfully connecting with other women in various stages of this journey called motherhood helped tremendously.…
How to Cope with Involuntary Homeschooling When You’d Rather Hide
Today marks the fifth week since my kids have gone to school. What the teachers cutely call distance learning, I refer to as: Involuntary Homeschooling. Maybe because it reminds me of my years working in Community Mental Health when we involuntarily committed patients against their will during a crisis. Putting the involuntary into homeschooling Homeschooling…
Have You Found Any Hidden Lessons in Pandemic Life?
All over the globe, the COVID 19 pandemic has turned life upside down. While we attempt to adjust to our new “normal,” the uncertainty of what the next day or even the next hour may bring looms over us all. Adjusting to pandemic life is a roller coaster. Anxiety and hysteria run wild making it…