When Mom Needs A Break!
How to communicate with your spouse and be a happy, carefree and 'more in tune with yourself' mother.
How long have you been wondering if this is what being married with a child is like?
2 months? 7 months? 5 years?!
It took me a while to admit that I was having a hard time juggling being a mom and wife, and that maybe it had something to do with my relationship with my husband.
I was scared to admit that things at home didn’t feel the same and that we were not clicking like we used to ( Aren’t we supposed to be all smiles after baby and simply cooing at baby and at each other?)
I had to finally admit.
My complaints, tears and frustration seemed to be falling on deaf ears, and I wondered if I could really do this wife and motherhood thing and still be myself.
BUT I kept trying different ways to communicate, and now with the house clean and no silent treatment, regular time to myself and a melt down free life, I have learnt a thing or two.
And I want to share it with you!
Join me in this course!
I will teach you the communication skills needed in order to get your partner to understand your needs as a wife, a mother and as an individual!
Go back to being happy, more carefree and in tune with your spouse!
Parents need time to recharge.
They need to communicate with each other to make sure they are both getting this time.
We will then be more willing and able to give to our children.
We will be more present and engaged when we are with them.
IT'S TIME TO HAVE A CLEAR PATH TO COMMUNICATING YOUR NEEDS AND WANTS AS A MOTHER.
No more SCREAMING or muttering under your breath.
I did the work that outlined in this course you just have to follow along, be open and be brave.
'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)
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 why your spouse is passive
- 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)