... that I'm stronger than I give myself credit for.
Physically -- the female body is truly a work of art. I have learned to appreciate my body, no matter what it looks like, and am committed to taking care of it as best I can.
Mentally -- I mean, especially at a time like this, we have to be leaders and show our kids that they are safe and loved and taken care of, even when we have no idea what we're doing and how we're gonna get through. We find a way, whatever it takes.
Emotionally -- I still fall apart, but I am strong because I'm brave enough to be vulnerable. I'm brave enough to admit that I need help, and that I can't do it all. And having strong support around me allows a healthy release of my emotions, knowing I am loved and not judged.
Spiritually -- I am not perfect, so in my moments of weakness, I call on God for strength and guidance and I feel like a weight is lifted off my shoulders, knowing that I'm not alone and that my efforts are not going unnoticed.
Motherhood definitely isn't a walk and the park, but here I find myself six years later, stronger and more aware of myself than ever before.
When you view all the challenges of parenthood not as obstacles but as opportunities to grow and improve and evolve, you start to step up and show up in ways that make you feel stronger than you've ever been.
What have you learned about yourself and how are you applying these lessons on your everyday life?
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