A recent post by one of our favorite blogs, Mommyish.
Are you doing a good job as a mother? Do you feel like you're in control of your life? Have you found balance? If you answered "no" to any or all of these questions, the good news is that you're not alone. While we mothers like to pretend (especially in front of other moms) that we've mastered the art of balancing our lives, the truth is most of us have no idea what we're doing most of the time.
According to a tracking study conducted by Inspiring Moms, a Kansas City-based company that offers professional development to moms online and in person, almost two-thirds of women don't feel like they are thriving in motherhood. The study looked at online responses provided by more than 1,000 moms (stay-at-home, part-time employed and full-time employed) and found that 63% don't feel in control as a mom, 62% don't think they're doing a great job as mom and 50% aren't confident in their skills as mom.
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