Today I’m talking with Mary Caplin, mother of two and a certified doula. She shares some incredible defining moments in her mothering journey. She talks about paradigm shifts and some sacred moments of grieving through a miscarriage.
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Key Points from this Episode:
- Being a mother who is committed is more important than any “accomplishments.”
- Thinking about your commitment to you kids helps you recognize the good that you are doing in your daily life.
- We can’t be perfect 100% of the time, but we can be pretty good at commitment!
- Learning from other moms around you can help you relax into what you are doing.
- Letting go and giving our problems over to God will allow Him to carry you.
- Let go of the negative and it will make room for the hope to come in.
- You are a woman. You are strong. You are a mother. Just by virtue of being a mother, you are blessed with intuition. It’s a real thing and you will be able to make the best decisions that are best for you and your family.
- Motherhood is vulnerability and strength together.
- Learning how to go through a grieving process with your spouse is unifying.
- Speak your feelings out loud in your car alone. Write it out. Talk to a spouse or other loved ones. Let the feelings out to be able to process them.
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