Therapy for Overwhelmed and Stressed out Women
Learning to Cope When Everyone Else’s Needs Comes First
From the moment you wake up, you’re stretched thin. Your boss has already emailed you twice about the morning meeting, the baby is running a fever, and you barely have time to take a shower.
Whether you’re working from home or heading into the office, your day is always jam-packed. From various meetings and conference calls to tackling the project you didn’t finish last week, most days consist of a working lunch at your desk.
As soon as you leave, your role as taxi driver begins as you cart the older kids to dance, karate and swim practice, being sure they never miss a single one.
The piles of laundry and dirty dishes seem to have multiplied since last night. You find yourself adding another item to your mental to-do list. You know, the one you make at 2am; the one that never ends.
Once the kids are in bed, and you finally get a moment to sit down with your spouse, it hits you. The overhelm and exhaustion sits in and the tears come pouring out.
As a working mom, I understand what it’s like to be pulled in a million different directions. From your boss, to your kids, everyone is begging for a piece of your time. You want to show that you can do it all, so you keep piling it on, stretching yourself a little bit thinner each time.
I want to show you that it doesn’t have to be like this. It’s ok to say “No” to your best friend and not worry that she’ll be mad at you. It’s ok to ask your partner to put the kids to bed, so you can get some extra sleep (they won’t get the hints you keep dropping). It’s ok to take time for yourself ~ and you should!
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880 Lawrence Rd.
Kemah, TX 77565
Also serving the communities of Clear Lake, Clear Lake Shores, League City, Seabrook, Dickinson, El Lago, Bacliff & Webster, TX.