“CANDID CONVERSATION ABOUT MOTHERHOOD” CLASS OFFERED AT WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Motherhood. We know what it’s supposed to be like. Now let’s talk about what it’s really like! Mothers are supposed to feel fulfilled, but many have a nagging sense that something’s missing.
Come and join Sherri Muroff Kalt, Founder and President of The Authentic Mom, which coordinates self exploration groups for mothers, in a discussion on what mothers are really going through, and what they can do about it. This provocative conversation will take place on Wednesday, June 11 at 7:00 p.m. at Westchester Community College in Valhalla.
Society tells us that motherhood should fill us with joy, but many mothers feel anxious and overwhelmed. Some mothers seem like the perfect moms who have it all together, but inside, they feel they are not good enough. Everyone seems to have a formula for every aspect of parenting. But do you ever get the feeling that, as a mother, what you experience isn’t exactly what everyone else describes?
It’s time to get together to speak openly and honestly about the true experience of motherhood. Women need a place to explore the family issues, societal pressures, and the various expectations that can make motherhood so stressful. Attendees will experience the support of other mothers dealing with similar issues.
To register and obtain more information, call Continuing Education at 914-606-6830 and press 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about The Authentic Mom, visit http://www.theauthenticmom.com/services.htm