Who hasn’t experienced overwhelm? While we believe it is safe to say we’ve all been there, being a mother, parent, guardian or caregiver comes with feelings of overwhelm. In this blog we want to offer some new perspectives on how to cope with overwhelm.
Where is it coming from?
Even today, there is still a stigma in openly talking about our vulnerabilities and how we are faring in our mental fortitude. Add in the role of being a parent– and the time in which we can cultivate our self-care decreases to an even smaller sliver. While at the same time we are being asked to endlessly flex our stamina superpowers.
Who seems most affected?
I look around at the (single) parents that I know, and I am in awe. What a feat have they accomplished! Of course, being a single parent can be even more challenging and therefore easy, to get out of balance. The competing needs of others ahead of your own is a challenge. And you don’t have to be a parent; having your own business, being a leader of an organization, being in health care or other demanding professions can be just as stressful.
What can we do about it?
We’d like to offer another perspective on how to cope with overwhelm.
We offer a new perspective against the mainstream culture of “being-the-most-busy-wins“, and offer subtle energy Tools that support a lifestyle of “self-care” and help us cope with overwhelm.
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