Did you marry the right guy? But you can't stand him?
This is what I hear from women: "I regret I married a selfish man-child. He hid it well while we dated." "I tried. I don’t believe in divorce but I loathe this man." "I don’t believe in giving up on a marriage, but I don't know what to do." "I can't stand him--I feel like I’m waiting for my husband to die."
First things first - I can't change your hubs, but I can help you change YOURSELF.
Where Do I Start?
You're exhausted. I get it! It's never taken more energy or resources to run a household as it does today, and modern women expect more shared responsibility at home.
How do we get the support we need from our families without nagging? Most relationship advice is outdated, uber-religious, or assumes that both partners want to work on the relationship...
It's up to the moms to learn the communication skills to support a modern marriage and joyful home life.
Download my SuperMom Survival Guide and start your journey to a happier household...
For years I wasn't "living my best life" and instead was constantly putting my dreams on hold (or in the garbage) as I got older.
Does this resonate with you?
It's easy to see how married moms get "stuck in a rut" since running a household and raising kids take up so much of our time and energy. Team that up with the fact that many of us put our own careers on the shelf to let our husbands shine.
I realized I wasn't the only dissatisfied mom becoming more and more resentful of her family. I knew this wasn't the life I wanted for myself or my family...
For things to change, I had to change. Read more about my story HERE.
You can single-handedly improve your relationship--and your hubs doesn't even have to know what you're up to!
Women pour into others all day long, and being a mom can feel like a thankless job. Unless you make yourself the number one priority in your life and "fill your cup", it's easy to become overwhelmed, stressed, and resentful because you're pouring from an empty cup! I teach you how to find personal fulfillment, and not depend on others -- ahem, your husband and kids! -- for your happiness.