Are You Taking Time To Take Care Of Yourself?
Being a mom comes with a lot of responsibilities. How many moms do you know who aren’t busy most of the day taking care of their families? Between keeping up with school activities, cleaning your house, keeping your family fed, and the hundreds of other tasks you need to make sure get done, it may seem impossible to take care of yourself. You may even feel guilty for thinking of doing something for yourself.
Hi, I’m Deborah Ann Davis. I am a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker – and my goal is to help mothers like you. You aren’t the only mother who feels overwhelmed. You aren’t the only mother who worries she’s not the “perfect mom” she feels she’s expected to be. With my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer, I’m eager to use my knowledge to help mothers like you today!
Taking Care Of Yourself Is Taking Care Of Your Family
Mothers, don’t fall into the trap of feeling guilty for taking care of yourself. Although many mothers feel this way, the truth is there is nothing wrong with knowing when you need to pause and take a moment to look after your own health – both physical and mental. You cannot pour from an empty cup. Which is to say, you cannot continue to give to others and care for others without taking care of yourself too. Take the steps to take care of yourself today!
Enhance Your Happiness, Get Expert Parent Coaching, And More
I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m eager to help you enhance your life. Whether you’re looking to bring more positivity into your life or you’re ready to seek the advice of a Parenting Coach, I’m here for you. and as your Parenting Coach, I’m eager to help you put happiness back into parenting. I’ve helped hundreds of families over the years, and I’m prepared to use my experience as an educator and a mother to benefit you.
Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.