Do you struggle with loneliness in motherhood?
On one hand, you are never alone.
Your little ones are always nearby … clinging to your every move and word.
And, of course, people — friends and family — are just a click or a message away at all times.
And yet … you feel so utterly lonely — and alone.
Perhaps even forgotten.
You want to be seen and heard.
You want to be comforted. Nurtured. Remembered.
Such is the dilemma of modern motherhood.
I’ve been there. I built The Abundant Mama Project out of my own loneliness.
I teach women the very strategies I used to fight those feelings of loneliness myself. And I have been working with mothers around the world for more than a decade.
I am a family wellness coach who specializes in the highly sensitive, introverted mother who needs to feel a sense of calm and peace in her world to function at her highest capacity — but who also desperately wants sincere, authentic connections and conversations.
The thing about loneliness is this … we can keep searching and trying to find the right people — your people, your tribe — but it’s really hard. You have certain likes and dislikes. Your ages and stages of life are not easily meshed with others. And then there’s geography … no one lives close anymore. The village is spread all over the place.
And everyone is so busy these days.
The solution is learning to be your own best friend and focus on being strong and calm in who YOU are right now — and in the woman and mother you are becoming.
Are you ready to set some boundaries and start creating your own joy rather than waiting for others to bring you a sense of joy?
If so, sign up to receive love notes from our Lonely Mama Club. We promise to never sell or share our email. And we promise to remind you that you are not alone on this journey. Ever.
I am the founder of The Abundant Mama Project and a family wellness coach who specializes in the highly sensitive, introverted-leaning mother who needs to feel a sense of calm and peace in her world to function at her highest capacity.
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