Tag: mothering

Parenting with a Sense of Humor in COVID19 Lockdown

Three mothers of young Children Share their Survival Tactics for Taking Down the COVID19 Lockdown with Love and Light. Morning all, I hope you are doing ok. I’m meditating in the morning. Not drinking caffeine. I’m letting myself rest when I need to. We’re binge watching Netflix in the evening. I’ve also been reconnecting with

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Watching the Witch

Would moderate drinkingaffect my thinking ?Affect my lifein a way that’s adverse?Really?but wouldn’t it be betternot worse Than regular binge drinking? I know what you’re thinking And I reckon you’re right That even a little,even a slight bit of alcohol Isn’t really alright  It’s a drug after all It could eventuallycause me to fall  It could open the door For the Wine Witch

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The Simplicity of How This Mom Finally Stopped Drinking

Woman in house

The image at the beginning of this post is literally how I used to feel. I used to feel trapped in the domesticity that I had chosen. I was a vibrant, active, loving wife and mom. Like many of my friends, I had my children after becoming established in my career. My daughter was born

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From my Struggling Son to His Struggling Mum

For my struggling son

Debunking the Glamour of Mummy’s Wine Time One Voice at a Time Positivity breeds positivity What you can see I’ll learn to view As optimistically as you. I’ll learn it from you. To be really positive about things going on, Will lead to me being a happier son. I pick up on your mood, it

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