Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.AmyAhlersShow.com/210
Way back in my middle school days, I was a perfect good girl. Teased incessantly for being the “teacher’s pet,” I struggled to find my way, straddling the world of the perfect good girl and the rebel.
Until I got suspended in 8th grade for doing something (ahem) bad.
Join me on today’s episode to hear the tale and discover:
- The true story of my 8th grade suspension, a feeble suicide attempt and what my mom said after (remembering this made me do the ugly cry)
- Why pressuring yourself or your children to be perfect isn’t the answer
- How to balance a desire for excellence with the monster of perfection
To discover more about your own self-care and values, make sure to pick up a copy of my free eBook, SACRED SELF-CARE FOR MOMS, at www.SacredSelfCareBook.com
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