Purpose in the Journey of Motherhood

As a rule, I try not to dwell on my struggles and live under a “woe is me” mentality. That might explain why it took me so long to go from the throes of depression to a place where I am eager to share my experience, my growth, and my success with other military spouses.

It’s Okay to Say “Motherhood is Hard”

Dear Mamas,  During this current season of Covid, virtual schooling, homeschooling, social distancing, remote working, and all of the craziness of 2020, it’s okay to say that “being a mom is hard.” That does not mean that you aren’t grateful for your beautiful little gifts God has given you. It means you’re tired, exhausted, drained,

Stressors of Military Children Part II: Frequent Moves

In this three-part series, we will be taking a deeper look into the stressors of military life, how they impact  kids, and strategies to help children cope and heal. To read Part I, about deployments, click here. Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Stress Health an initiative of the Center for Youth