Mommy Burn Out Series Post Roundup

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Thank you to everyone who has read and followed the Mommy Burn Out series. It is, by far, my most successful subject to date. Below you will find all the posts listed, in order of publication.

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Mommy burn out is real. It’s something I am currently struggling with. Finding a healthy balance between the responsibilities of my marriage, the children, their schooling, the housework, my blog and myself, which is probably the most important responsibility, is proving difficult. Something has to give and it can no longer be my sanity…

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Being a wife, mother, teacher, housewife, cook, baker, nurse, therapist, friend, woman, etc takes it toll if you don’t put yourself first. You need to be healthy, both spiritually, mentally and physically to meet the demands of your family…

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Shawn over at Abundant Mama wrote this great post about the contributors to mommy burn out. She listed the following 20 Bad Habits That Contribute To Mom Burnout…

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Burnout happens to most moms at some point in motherhood. When it happens, suspend judging yourself negatively and harshly. You are not a failure as a mom because you experience symptoms of burnout. Instead, be compassionate to yourself, increase self-care and coping, and make small changes to manage the stress in your life. ~ Dr. Claire Nicogossian from Mom’s Well Being…

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Paula Davis-Laack, J.D., M.A.P.P., who writes for Psychology Today, listed these five strategies to help you better manage the stress that comes with being a parent and prevent burnout…

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Disclaimer:Β  I am not a doctor. I am writing this as someone who is/has battled with this topic. These symptoms mirror those of depression. In depression these symptoms would be magnified and extended. I highly suggest visiting your doctor if these symptoms persist after taking the steps laid out in this series.


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