When Mom Needs A Break!
An online course that will help you lessen your mental load as a new mother.
Every time your baby cries in the middle of the night and you get up to feed them, do you ever wish you knew how to let your partner know that you need a break? Imagine an online course that helps you communicate to your partner how tough it is to be a new parent. This is what the When Mom Needs A Break online course can help you with.
New mothers are tired, anxious and highly stressed. They long for someone to listen to them and show compassion.
Unfortunately, new mothers report they get little to no support from anyone around them. The first year of motherhood is often a time brimming with frustration, and sometimes resentment. New mothers feel that their needs are not understood, and they fear being judged for feeling overwhelmed. They struggle to find balance, because they don’t know how to communicate their feelings to those around them. They crave support and a break from the endless cycle of feeding, diapering, bathing, playing, and keeping baby safe.
But mothers rarely expressed their pain, often because they didn’t know how or believe it would be understood.
When Mom Needs a Break, helps new mothers learn how to communicate in an effective way with everyone in their lives to help ease some of the stress and demands associated with the first year being a mom.This is a course created for new mothers (of any age) designed to help them manage their stress during the first year of being a mother. It’s based on personal experience and filled with practical advice to apply immediately.
Get out of overwhelm and get some of your life back by enrolling today.
( Some because ... you're a parent now! :) )
'The Confidence School has inspired me to take time to contemplate my thoughts, fears, needs and desires. The short accessible videos allow space to examine my feelings in a non-judgmental environment. The topics examined are not only thought-provoking but stimulating in a reassuring way that provides a space for reflection and growth. I especially benefit from the personable talking head in the corner of the video, it adds a relatable aspect to the self-reflection. I highly recommend The Confidence School for those looking to examine those deep interior questions that often get overlooked. "This is an excellent course — definitely worth checking out!"
- Jessica Taylor, artist, film maker and community organiser ( Image by Matt Lambert)
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YOU'VE GOT THIS!
You are a mom and time is of the essence!
This course is organised into bite sized chunks so you can easily digest the information at your own pace and make the changes needed for a well rested, happier you!
This course will teach you:
- that you are not crazy and that you really do deserve to receive more support as a mother
- how to identify what you really want
- how to identify whether your spouse is passive or not
- how to communicate effectively with a passive husband
A writer, podcaster and mother.
I have been writing, podcasting, presenting on radio, writing television advertising scripts for a worldwide audience, ideating for t.v spots and guiding a brand marketing team in their creative ideation and execution.
I am a mother that is navigating motherhood in a foreign country, juggling, tackling, dealing but most of all taking back my right to enjoy this journey!
When I'm not speaking, recording podcasts or talking to small groups, I'm looking for more exquisite places to eat in Berlin, or watching some reruns of some show online.
I’m also on Instagram more than I should be.
StartDownload Course workbook here
StartCourse intro and profile (4:28)
StartWhy are you here? (6:54)
StartWhat do you want? (2:59)
StartWhat is the current situation? (3:21)
StartHow will you communicate what you want? (6:46)
StartWhat if the conversation backfires? (2:54)
StartAbout a boy (11:29)
StartHow can he deal with his passivity? (9:07)
StartLets talk about the elephant in the room. (5:32)
StartWhat changes can YOU make? (8:51)
StartPractical examples of changes you can make (7:23)
StartWhat does a happy You in YOUR home look like? (3:51)
StartA word from Twaambo (0:48)