Sure, being a mom is a 24/7 gig, but remember- so is being a wife!
And you’ll be a much better, happier mom if you make time for yourself too.
But we strongly believe that you have to Think of all the couples you know that have kids.
It’s important to be united as a team, so the kids can’t pit you against each other.
While most of us can agree that we both have our child’s best interest at heart, we sometimes disagree on what that “best” is.
Sometimes parents back off on the PDA because they don’t want to gross out the kids. Besides, I don’t know about you but, I never want my children to question whether or not I love their dad. One of the best things we’ve done for our marriage is being consistent and firm about bedtime. Besides, I’m much more likely to cuddle up close to my hubby when I’m feeling clean and smelling yummy.
Whatever you need to do to transition out of “mom mode”- make time for it!
Here then are six relationship tips that my Love Mentors share with their clients who are in the Dating Coaching program.
Please use them to join the ranks of women who overcame their initial lack of attraction, learned how to spark chemistry and fell in love with terrific guys.
If you are always putting your children before your husband, you are not doing them any favors. I get it – your husband is a grown man who can take care of himself and your children are small and need you. I mean, it’s hard to snuggle up when you’re holding a baby and the toddler’s crawling all over you.
But it’s important to be intentional in your relationship so you can keep that closeness.
Just found out that Allen, who I worked with five years ago at my last job and who was crazy about me, the guy who wanted a serious relationship with me but I blew off ….
is married with twins.” Well, I sent Priscilla into Love Mentoring with an expert dating coach and we’ll catch up with her later on.
Maybe like Priscilla you’re done with players, elusive hotties, the ones who come on strong and disappear, cheaters and all-around heartbreakers.