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Real Self Care Isn’t A Luxury, It’s A Discipline (and It’s A Necessity)

Everyone talks about it, but who has time for the glammed-up versions of “self care” we see circulating on the internet? Real self care doesn’t always look like a glass of wine in a quiet, candle-lit bubble bath or yoga at sunrise overlooking the mountains or beach. Those things aren’t bad – but they’re also not […]

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Why Everyone Needs A “Yes Day”

I used to be fun and spontaneous. It’s not that you can’t be those things after you become a mom, but they morph into “responsible” and “flexible”, which really aren’t the same at all when you’re faced with the daily workings of motherhood. Even though it’s my job to say “no”, and I do it for […]

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Wichita Non-Profit Highlight :: Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

Did you know April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month? A whole month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assault and providing information on how to prevent sexual violence. Wichita Moms Blog hopes that this post will inspire you to take action to speak to your children and friends about how to end assault for all. […]

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When You've Tried But You Just Don't Like Your Mother-in-Law

When You’ve Tried But You Just Don’t Like Your Mother-in-Law

We recognize that sometimes the things we feel we can’t talk about are the things others also feel unable to discuss – this post has been published anonymously as part of a series to engage our community in those difficult conversations. Click here to read more posts from this series. When I met my husband […]

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Why I Skipped the Gym Today

Beginning in grade school and continuing through college, I suffered through anorexia that was fueled by hypochondria, massive anxiety, a desire for control, and an unplumbed depth of self-loathing. As I entered my twenties, one by one those demons fell away. I learned through therapy to keep anxiety in check. Hypochondria was replaced with a […]

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