Jennifer Laun


I recently read a stat that nearly 90 percent of mothers experience ‘mom guilt’ at some point and 21 percent of them feel guilty most or all the time. I’m somewhere on that spectrum—although I’ve become a lot less hard on myself over time. It’s really been the little things that have allowed my perfectionist self some latitude to be, well, flawed—and okay about that. For example: Mommy Memes. I find them strangely comforting, with parental pick-me-up quotes like: The authors of those totally get it. It’s reassuring to know that other moms—so many moms—feel the exact same way as me: We strive for greatness in our motherhood role because we think that’s what our children need to become great. And, if they don’t turn out so great, then we assume it’s all our fault. So, over the years, while battling…

Have you ever heard the phrase “it’s hard to make friends with women”? We are programmed with years of mean girls, and Mean Girls, and self doubts and criticisms and begin to assume other women aren’t sincere or have ulterior motives. It’s a vicious cycle of self doubt closing us off from each other. What is THAT all about?

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