I love flowers I really do, but man, that ain't what we need on mothers day. What we need is support and appreciation.
She pretty much knows he's banging around but she doesn't want to face it and avoids socialising now because she thinks everyone can see the shame she hides.
We stay because underneath it all the truth is we feel super lonely, scared and unsupported. We feel like we are failing.
Over the next year I am going to zone in on writing a children's books series so we can teach through books not just our children, but ourselves. I'm super excited for this.
What are your thoughts on crying in front of your children? How do they respond to you when you cry? How do they respond to other people when they cry?
Our children feel what is happening already. They have access to find the information. We can choose to be their guides through times of turmoil. Here's the frame work.