Just a Wife, Mom of Two, and Licensed Trauma Therapist who loves God, is always sporting Grandma-vibes and signing songs that I don't know the words to.
Your go-to Guide for rebuilding what it means to be a Mom in your family.
I'm not just sharing my opinions and surface-level to-do's and scripts. I'm a Root Finder and a Solution Simplifier. And most of all honored to have you here.
It’s human nature to care about what other people think about us. Because how we are perceived matters to us.
But what happens when we hold more value to what other people think over our own thoughts about who we are? Well, their opinion has the potential to alter our thoughts and ultimately our behaviors.
Today I want us to talk about how to manage other people’s opinions so that you aren’t forgetting about the person whose opinion matters the most – yours.
Let’s chat about…
・How desires for approval can lead to sacrificing your wants/needs/boundaries
・Why managing the opinions of your parents are so difficult
・How changing your perspective about their opinions can help you view yourself as enough.