Family Life Moms Parents Radio Shows — 07 June 2012
Moms and Self-Care

Why finding a little down time is better for moms and kids.

Moms and Self-Care

Let’s face it, when you’re a mom it’s difficult to find time that’s just for you. A soak in a hot tub or curling up with a good book can be salvation for a busy mom, but sadly, too often finding those moments can seem like an impossible task. But a little “me time” is vital explains Alyson Schafer, author of Honey I Wrecked the Kids. “Many moms think that if they do anything for themselves that they must be selfish, and I have to really encourage parents, moms especially, to experiment with self-care. Think of it as self-care, not selfish.”

Alyson adds that verybody needs time to recharge their batteries and it has benefits beyond the immediate effects. “When you look after yourself, your kids are watching you act in a self respecting manner, and what you find is you become rejuvenated and when you become rejuvenated you are alive and you are ready to parent and engage in a far more productive way than you could than if you were beat up, tired and worn down.”

The Parent Report’s expert guest is Alyson Shafer, a psychotherapist and author of  author of Honey I Wrecked the Kids.

From the nationally syndicated radio show “The Parent Report”, hosted by Joanne Wilson and heard on more than 100 radio stations. Any advice or information contained herein should never be a substitute for professional and/or medical advice, diagnosis and treatment. For more information please review Terms of Service

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