Your Identity Is Not Just Mom - Mother's Day Special
SHOW NOTES: EPISODE 013
In this episode, I talk about being a single mom who feels unable to take a breath and just focus on yourself. You are still a person. You are still a woman. I also dig in about your right as a mother, even a single mom, deserves to celebrate and be celebrated like married mothers.
Way too often single moms get caught in their everyday routine of raising the kids and going to work, you forget something that's important too. In this episode, you’ll find out why it’s important to establish an identity for yourself outside of being a single mom and how.
Mother’s day for single moms
Mother’s day for single mom can be a bit sad depending on circumstances. And if you have no people in your circle you may never receive recognition for all your efforts. Especially if your co-parenting is less than stellar.
Around this time you'll hear the Mother's Day isn't for single moms. Believe it or not, you deserve to be celebrated as much as a married mom. Consider all the lessons you've taught your children. Nights putting together school projects or helping out with homework with the material you've long forgotten. Consider all the days you've had to call into work to take a sick day and take care of your little ones.
Have you lost yourself to single motherhood?
You are still a person. You are still a woman, though not the woman you were before you had children. No, that woman has grown and has been shaped by the reality of her life. Now let's take that new found wisdom and discover how to NOT lose yourself in single motherhood. Because your identity is not just mom or even a single mom.
Hear why you deserve to celebrate Mother’s Day regardless of your single mom status.
Understand why it’s important to not lose your identity beyond being a mother.
Get tips on how not to lose your self in single motherhood.
I'm Daisha Renee; single mama, foodie, and lover of yoga. Here on the blog, I love providing powerful solutions for overwhelmed single moms who struggle with balancing all the components of single motherhood.