Vulnerability in Motherhood - The Navigation Coach
Release Date: 05/10/2019
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"What we don't need in the midst of struggle is shame for being human." Brené Brown
In this episode, we aim to support anyone who is feeling lost, overwhelmed or just not feeling good enough.
Every mum can feel any of these emotions and so invited Tara Rafter, ‘The Navigation Coach’ to share her expert tips as a life coach, her personal experience of feeling broken and how she figured out how to find the magic in motherhood.
You live once. Find your happy place.
As Ireland’s online community of mums, everymum.ie has been supporting, connecting and celebrating every mum in Ireland for over 20 years.
In our podcast we build on our success of our #imeverymum campaign which gave every mum a voice to share her personal experience of motherhood, the moments of insane highs and anxious defeats.
Featuring quests with unique challenges and inspiring goals, with expert led support and real mum wisdom, this podcast recognises the power of being more honest, it's here to help mums fell less alone and to celebrate that every mum is doing her best.
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