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For my regular blog friends, today I’m bringing you encouragement in two ways:
1) On the Focus on the Family Daily Radio Broadcast. You can listen online HERE:
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Both of these free resources for moms are about “Tackling the Tough Questions of Motherhood.” I hope you can join in the fun.
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Jill, I just listened to the Focus on the Family broadcast. Thank you for sharing! I am a mother of seven. I have been married 10 years and love when I get a chance to have time for myself. It is often difficult to obtain, but I have a supportive husband and friends who help take care of children so I can have time alone once in a while. My husband and I also take time for date nights as well. It makes a huge difference in my marriage and relationships with my children and my husbands. I have shared your post on my blog with my readers as well. Thanks again for sharing! Have a blessed day!
Jill, I also just listened to Focus on the Family. It couldn't have come at a better time. I needed to hear about the management of anger. This morning I lost it. I was that mother Julie described 🙁 Both my girls and I were in tears when it was all said and done. My girls have forgiven me and I have forgiven myself. But it still saddens me that it got as far as it did. But then I also realized that I have not taken that time for myself lately. I am 8 1/2 months pregnant and losing a ton of sleep. My husband and I have taken a break from our usual weekly date night for various reasons. So, I am implementing the 30 minutes of "me" time when my husband gets home and I've gotten a babysitter for tomorrow night so my husband and I can spend some time together. I just wanted to thank you for sharing your experiences and helping me get my perspective back 🙂