Make peace with expectations and the chase for perfection
Mothers these days seem to wear more hats than ever before. They’re juggling work, activities, housework, homework and everything in between. How do they do it all? You can thank the hidden talents of motherhood. There’s so much of parenthood that can leave you feeling a certain way – guilty, imperfect, dare I say, not enough?
Everything from the way you feed your children to how you put them to bed seems to be up for discussion (and judgement) and it can feel like so much has been placed on your shoulders to bear. So, when you come to the realization that you cannot do it all - at least not perfectly – you get to stop and redirect. That’s where the Mama: You are Enough small group coaching program comes in.
Mama: You are Enough is a small group coaching experience offered through Enough Labs to help mothers release the need for perfection, so that they can embrace how enough they are already are and feel supported to pursue their dreams confidently.
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"Dina has such a gift at creating a space where you feel comfortable opening up without fear of judgment. Her intuitive style of coaching allows you to dig deep, while feeling supported. She holds you accountable in such an empowering yet gentle way. Having Dina as a coach will push your further than you've ever been". – Nazinga T.
"Willing to broach any topic, it's like she holds a mirror up and allows me to see ME, just as I am and also how I want to be. I can't recommend her ENOUGH!" - Kristi L.
"Dina has a way of listening to what is and isn't being said, and pushing you to explore what you are hesitant to share. Her intentions and honesty allowed me to see things and see myself in a different light. Forever grateful to her." – Ruthie O.
"Dina hears the words I have a hard time expressing and understands the thoughts that may be too embarrassing to speak aloud. Dina challenges me in a way that forces me to channel genuine emotions and acknowledge them". – MyLecia J.