Christian mom entrepreneur – 3 questions to ask if you have mom’s guilt

February 28, 2023

  1. Do you constantly think about your kids when you work on your business?
  2. Do you feel frustrated that you can’t work on your business when you are with your kids?
  3. Do you feel that you are never fully present with your kids and/or your business?

If you answered 2/3 yes, then you have mom’s guilt.

Correction- You have mom’s guilt and working mom’s guilt.

Cue the confusion. πŸ˜•

Mom’s guilt is specific feelings of guilt mothers experience based on their role as a mom and meeting their child’s needs

Working mom’s guilt is feelings of guilt about going back to work instead of being with your kids.

Both of this is compounded by cultural and societal expectations for moms by internalizing unrealistic expectations.

Just being aware of this is the first step.

➑️ There is nothing wrong with you for having mom’s guilt.

➑️ There is nothing wrong with you for having working mom’s guilt.

✨ πŸ‘‰πŸ½ There is nothing wrong with you as a mom and business owner. πŸ‘ˆπŸ½ ✨

God loves you as you are. He sees how you care for your kids. He sees you value your business. πŸ’•

You are God’s child made in his image.

You are loved. πŸ’—


P.S. My quiz is the ultimate free source to help diminish mom’s guilt. Plus, it is fun to take. Click here for link.

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Hi, I am Celia Varghese, christian mompreneur mindset coach and entrepreneur.Β 

It is my mission to help Christian female entrepreneurs navigate motherhood, mindset and business so they can create more impact and income while keeping Christ as the center.

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