Wednesday, August 24, 2016

(Un)Natural Mom by Hettie Brittz **Review**

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Mother have always had the tough job of juggling it all as parents. Especially in today's world where scrutiny, judgements, and unsolicited opinions come from every corner...This book helps mothers "recognize the unrealistic" standards that society has put on us. Every mom plans to be, then deals with the guilt of not being able to be 'supermom'. This book really gives a pointed discussion as a friend and therapist to know what type of mom you are, without the guilt or judgement. It helps you to understand your parenting style, and work with and through your challenges.
This book brings up very important topics some mothers may or may not consider but what needs to be dealt with, beforehand. Topics such as whether to be a stay at home mom or not; are you able to? If you are, do you want to be? If you're not, it is okay, that not does not make you a bad mom. There are also reflections through the book that are honest, a moment of peace, and self reflection.
All in all, this was a great book and I do recommend it for every mom out there.





I received this book for free from LitFuse in exchange for an honest review.
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