group where you Making it happen can be the next tricky thing, but I know you've got this, Mama. The balance between self-love, self-worth, family, social time and your work life can be all consuming. But the ability to balance well, ...
Author: Ali Young
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Family & Relationships
Embrace the joys of motherhood without losing yourself Motherhood is an amazing journey. It’s a time of chaos and calm, joy and frustration, overwhelming stress and incredible fun. But as mamas strive to juggle the health of their children, their home and work lives, and their relationships, they can often put themselves last, risking physical and emotional burnout. Work. Mama. Life. is for all those mamas trying to achieve a better balance. Through a combination of evidence-based research, first-hand mothering experience, and easy-to-follow exercises, this guidebook will show mamas everywhere how to rediscover their joy, self and health in the face of the intense challenges working motherhood brings. In Work. Mama. Life, health and motherhood expert Ali Young delivers an expertly balanced combination of evidence-based research, clinical experience, and personal familiarity to help mums everywhere reclaim their lives and reset their health. Learn how to: understand matrescence and your ‘mother brain’ identify early signs of stress and burnout find and embrace your village reinvigorate yourself and ditch fatigue bring lightness and brightness to yourself and others. A real book by a real mum filled with real tools for the real world, Work. Mama. Life is a practical, evidence-based, and authoritative resource for every mother who’s sick of feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and burned out. Work. Mama. Life. will help every current, aspiring, or expecting mother to navigate their experience of motherhood and reclaim their life with calm and good health.
Life. The Lord's hand strategically placed me where I live for a most divine reason.1 I am convinced that you could search the world over and never find more mothers in ... Proverbs 31:10 Jewels of Life Proverbs 31:10-31 A good mama.
Author: Natalie Coker
As I discovered the answers to many of my questions, I could not keep them to myself. This is my attempt, despite my inadequacy, to share with you what I have been given. My heart was opened to a wealth of understanding, even the most perplexing dilemma of all--- motherhood. It is my hope that the eyes of your heart will be enlightened to see the hope of His calling; therefore, I have chosen to lead the reader to what I was given (Ephesians 1: 18). I am convinced that some of these answers were not meant to be understood until their season, now.
Mama said, “Some training needs to start when they're babies.” A mother recounted an incident where her daughter's friend attempted to end her life. Upon hearing the details, the mother and daughter scurried off to the girl's home to ...
Author: Diana Brown
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
This book started out as an advice-and-answer column for the young adult women at church. I was amazed and humbled by their insights and questions about life. We decided to keep a dialogue going through e-mails they aptly named "Mama Said," and I became their MamaInResidence. Sections of a few of their letters and my responses are included in the book. In the months I didn't receive questions, I wrote stories about my experiences as fillers. In another discussion, a young lady commented that the Bible wasn't relevant to today's issues, only "the old times," with no bearing on our lives. I hoped to debunk that notion with stories infused with scripture and a skosh of mother wit. It also occurred to me that these stories could help other Christians spark conversations about how God's Word is working through their everyday experiences too in very real and practical ways they just hadn't thought about yet.
They are our mirrors for the first two decades of our lives! What we think of ourselves, we glean from what we perceive Mama thinks of us. But what if Mama's mental/emotional mirror is distorted, like a Foreword.
Author: Phylis Mantelli
Publisher: Redemption Press
Category: Family & Relationships
In her memoir Unmothered: Life with a Mom Who Couldn’t Love Me, popular blogger and speaker Phylis Mantelli takes readers on the roller-coaster journey of growing up with an alcoholic, narcissistic mother. Though often made to feel worthless as a daughter, Phylis, by God’s grace, eventually breaks through the pain and replaces it with a heart of a daughter who loves her mom unconditionally. Her book offers hope and encouragement to those struggling with dysfunctional family relationships.
George is , of course , narrating from the grave , and as such , he links death with life . Just as Mama Day bridges the gap between life and death when she visits the other place to commune with the spirit of her ancestors , George's ...
Author: Charles E. Wilson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Literary Criticism
Examines five novels by Gloria Naylor, showing the struggles faced by her African American characters, and presents biographical information showing her own struggles and successes.
Mama frowns at her phone. “Oh, I already have some pictures. Never mind.” Huh. That's new ... Mom peeks at the phone. “Ooh, those are nice! Looks like you had a fun photo shoot without me.” She pouts at me, then looks at the phone again ...
Author: Lydia Sharp
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Young Adult Fiction
He's having the worst prom ever... over and over again.
And I wondered howl was ever going to be able to do normal things—like go to the grocery store or (gasp!) have a social life—without enduring a total meltdown (both the baby's and mine). Being a mom is hard. Way back in the 1960s, ...
Author: Erin MacPherson
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Category: Family & Relationships
The new mom initiation ritual involves sleepless nights, an inexplicable obsession with baby booties, and more questions than answers. This take on everything baby offers new moms the Christian girlfriend advice she needs to feel confident in her new role
After all, it was a lot of work with Big Mama living with us. My mother re— ally didn/t have a life anymore. She would go to work and the rest of her time was spent taking care of Big Mama. She just wanted my Big Mama to be happy.
Author: Channelle Lewis
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Channelle Lewis's life has never been a fairy tale. From early childhood, she has had to struggle just to survive. Despite the obstacles that her childhood produced, she was determined to make something out of her life. But achieving success hasn't come easy for her. After suffering years of sexual abuse as a child, she later became a victim of domestic violence. She spent years struggling to break completely free from her abuser and open her eyes regarding her abusive relationship with him. For most, the barriers that Channelle faced in her life would be enough to make them give up and not fi ght back for a better life. But, despite her life challenges, she has gone on not only to survive, but also to excel in her life. This story is not just a great read, but also a dramatic yet intimate look into the life of a woman with a troubled past who encountered almost insurmountable odds. It's a story that will inspire, empower, and motivate you to live your life to its fullest no matter what the obstacles are!
... have endured such a horrid sight , and one would have thought that she , being not yet hardened or cruel , would have asked her mother to let her make some other request , and spare John's life . ” “ Mama , what does tetrarch mean ?
Author: Elizabeth Allnatt
This event tells the story of disappointment, anger Mama Greta at Horison who had ruined his life. Greta mama loved lover left him because Horison that suddenly appeared in the room, Mama Greta. Until Mama Greta's anger peaked for ...
Author: Syahrul R
Publisher: European Alliance for Innovation
As an annual event, International Conference on Language, Literature, and Education in Digital Era (ICLLE) 2019 continued the agenda to bring together researcher, academics, experts and professionals in examining selected theme by language, literature and education in digital era. In 2019, this event held in 19-20 July 2019 at Padang, Indonesia. The conference from any kind of stakeholders related with Language and literature especially in education. Each contributed paper was refereed before being accepted for publication. The double-blind peer reviewed was used in the paper selection.