You are doing amazing mama! In tough motherhood moments, tune in to this affirmation to release the unnecessary burden and pressure that accompanies parenthood perfectionism. This is a wonderful FREE resource you can access whenever you want or need! If you find that it helps, share it with your loved ones.
Affirmations for Mamas to Release Perfectionism:
I am a great mom. I give my absolute best, and my best is enough. I am enough. I am capable. I am selfless. I am strong. I am patient. I am devoted. And I love deeper than I ever thought possible. I am so grateful that I get to be a mom in this lifetime. Motherhood is a blessing, and I am so privileged. “Mom” is a title of honor, one I wear proudly. I was made for motherhood. It’s not supposed to be easy, but it’s the most rewarding, fulfilling thing in the world. Motherhood has revealed my strengths, and it’s helped me grow into the best version of myself. Every day, I show up. I show up for my child, I show up for my family, and I show up for myself. I am proud of myself and all of my effort given as a mother. I am dedicated. I am present. I am fun and playful. I am nurturing, and most importantly, I am exactly what my child needs. There is no such thing as perfect parenting, but I am the perfect mother for MY child. Every choice I make for my child comes from love. I am always learning, growing, and evolving as a mother. I can even pause and mother myself when I need a break. Nobody has it all together all the time. I take things one step, one day, one phase at a time, and I release myself from the burden of unrealistic expectations. I trust my motherly instincts. I don’t have to be perfect to be a great role model- to be a living embodiment of love. Children learn through observation; what they see leaves the biggest impression on their development. It teaches them how to navigate the world. So, my child will see me be kind to myself and others. To respect myself and others. To love myself and others. My child will learn how to treat and take care of themselves, based on how I treat and take care of myself. So I take really GOOD care of myself. I love myself. I am nice to myself, and I am a friend to myself. I forgive myself, and I offer myself compassion. I seek support when I need it. I take a deep breath. I find humor and opportunity in difficult situations. I am leaving a legacy of love. I am the best mom for my child. I am, and I always will be, a great mom.
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