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Better Together

Because You're Not Meant to Mom Alone
Narrated by: Sarah Zimmerman
Length: 5 hrs and 47 mins
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Being a mom is hard, but it doesn't have to be lonely.

Are you trying to do this mothering thing alone? So focused on the kids that you're hungry for friendships of your own? Have good friendships, but you want to enjoy them more?

Jill Savage, mother of five, knows those challenges well, and she's here to help. Presenting a compelling vision of motherhood as a group effort, Better Together shows how you can:

  • Combat isolation and enjoy a supportive mothering community
  • Increase your social confidence and stop the comparison game
  • Deepen your friendships as you share life with others
  • Strengthen trust and build friendships without fear
  • Increase your joy and thrive as a mom

All these things are possible. Dive into this storehouse of creative ideas for how to make mothering easier, richer, and more fun than you ever thought it could be.

©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian

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Such an amazing book!! Highly recommend!

I'm super thankful for this book! It's helped me view friendships and relationships in an eternal light. It's helped me be a better friend.

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we deserve to do life together a book of encourage

we should not have to mom alone. thanks for this awesome read which encourages: We're better together even when we're helping one another, we can find ways to link arms and live life together for a truer sense of community