Mom Guilt March 18, 2021 by Jessica StapfShareTweetSharePinHave you ever felt guilty about wasting precious time feeling guilty? Mom Guilt: You can be healthy, make an impact in your home, AND love what you do for a living. A hot topic and an extremely bold statement… let’s dive in! I often help my clients through mom guilt because, truthfully, it’s one of the most brought up insecurities. It’s one of the most popular topics that hold working mothers back from fulfilling their passions and dreams. Do you ever ask yourself or others questions like these? If so, I promise you’re not alone… Often, my mom guilt is triggered when I find myself comparing myself to another Mother. How do you get to a point when you stop comparing yourself to other Mothers? Why is it so hard for me to ask for help? I want to do it all but them; I’m angry when no one helps out… Why do I put my passions on hold so everyone else can live out theirs? Whatever made me think sacrificing my needs and dreams was the right example for my children to live out the life they desire and deserve? Can I be a good wife, mom, successful in my business, and be as healthy emotionally, spiritually, and physically as I desire? Why do I have such disappointment in myself when my head hits the pillow at night? Where do I find the time for it ALL? Okay, I’m here to share with you this is a small list of what many women have circling through their heads daily. So how do we change this? These three steps are the beginning of a new experience for you and those around you… Decide you are worth it, not easy but necessary. Own your time, so others can’t. Ask yourself, would you say these things or think these things about your best friend? If not, what would you say??? This may be different to hear and hard to receive, but I’m going to say it, You, my friend, are the most important person in your life and created for a purpose bigger than you will ever understand. So I’m here to encourage you to step out of this guilt and into your true calling. The world is waiting for you to shine even brighter, and mom guilt, or let’s be honest, any guilt is dimming that light! Release and Receive.