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“I’ll be the “bad guy” and I’m okay with that.” I found myself repeating this multiple times in this past week-and-a-half. Sometimes motherhood requires us to make tough decisions. Choices that our family and kids may not always like. We have to learn to trust ourselves, our instincts and be okay with the tough choices we make on behalf of our kids.
In today's storytime, I discuss how an ordinary basketball program turned into a teaching and learning moment for my family. This incident brought to life the majority of the May episodes I've aired so far.
I found myself recalling the information, tips, and takeaways from my guests and applying them in the situation I was facing. Let me tell you, the information in episodes 89-93 came in clutch for me this past week.
This episode is a little different than my normally scheduled content. However, I had to share the lessons learned, the wisdom gained, and overall the mportance of trusting myself as a mother no matter what.
Listen to hear how a basketball program set the stage for some great teaching, learning, and life-defining moments in my household.
Referenced in this episode:From Unconscious to Conscious Parenting: Why You Must Put Your Oxygen Mask On First w/ Katherine Winter- Sellery | Ep. 93 Why Forgiveness is a Powerful Path to Healing and Self-Awareness | Ep. 92 Dear Single Mommy: Heal. Forgive. You Are Meant For More w/ Audrey Renee | Ep. 91 Blinded by the “D”: How to Break Patterns and Behaviors that No Longer Serve You w/ Dahnni McLean | Ep. 90 Parenting: What You Put In is What You Get Out w/ Sherita Thompson | Ep. 89
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