Do you suffer from mom guilt?

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Megan posted this 30 January 2019

Currently feeling guilty because my kids annoy me constantly and I just don't have the patience to spend time with them like I "should."  I do get quiet time and have hobbies I enjoy and friends to do things with. I just keep hoping this feeling will pass or maybe it's just the winter blues!

Do you have mom guilt?

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Bolli posted this 17 February 2021

I believe that you should find some positive aspects in this and try to love them with all their bad sides

Nicole posted this 21 February 2020

Yes, I feel bad when I'm at work and my son is at daycare. I'd love to be a stay at home mom, but I can't!

Mary posted this 20 February 2020

Yes. I suffer from mom guilt.But other posts are right, we do need to take care of oursleves too. I just have to figure out how to find time for that.

Sam posted this 20 February 2020

Nope! To be a good mom, you also need to still take care of yourself. I get a facial once a month, I get my nails done, and I work out almost daily. It's the right amount of me time that I need and in return I feel happier!

Hannah posted this 19 February 2020

You're a human person with needs. You don't need to feel guilty for being a person.

Taisha posted this 19 February 2020

Yup, I have the mom guilt too. Does it ever go away?

Elena posted this 19 February 2020

Yes, I can relate. I feel as mom's will have "mom guilt" no matter what. It's just a part of what we do.

Esther posted this 20 January 2020

I feel it for my oldest. It has to be horrible to have all the attention for years and then go to very little. I feel as if I'm not giving enough time to her and then I worry that I'm not getting enough "me" time and I'll explode. Finding the balance in it all is very hard. 

Ellen posted this 15 January 2020

I completely feel the same way. Sometimes I just can't wait for nap time for the kids. I don't think the feeling will pass until they are out of your house and wish they come back. I try to schedule something with my friends at least once a month. I also tried to make new friends that are moms my kid's age so we can have the kids play while us moms watched on the side and talked.  

Kymere posted this 14 January 2020

Yup! I think all moms do.

Gina posted this 14 January 2020

Yes! I feel guilty if I work, I feel guilty if I don't. It never ends.

luisa posted this 22 December 2019

i had it when i stayed home and i have it now that i work, doesn't stop and I've just accepted it and as long i feel like I'm doing my best I'm not worried

Kim posted this 18 December 2019

Guilt is real but give yourself a break. I work 60-70 hours a week in the summer but have a lot more free time with them in the winter. Then in the winter I feel bad because I'm not making as much money. It's a big guilt circle. 😂 

Liyana posted this 24 November 2019

This feeling comes and goes, like all others. It's so completely normal. Just remember you are doing what you can.

Megan posted this 29 September 2019

Ann, that is such a sweet thing to say thank you. It does make me feel better!

Kassie posted this 29 September 2019

I think everybody goes through this from time to time.  Maybe you just need a day to yourself.  If you can get a sitter, maybe try it and see if it recharges your battery a little. Hang in there. 

Ann posted this 28 September 2019

Mommy guilt is such a real thing.  At least you recognize it.  There are a lot of people that don't do anything for their kids and they could care less. The fact that you care if you are in a bad mood with your children sounds like you are better than you think.

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Megan posted this 27 September 2019

I tried to hit reply Sucre, but it doesn't work. I love that you pointed out guilt is unproductive. I have been trying to be more present with my boys, especially soccer games and homework/studying. We've had some good times. Today I had a major headache so I definitely have not been productive. But that's ok for today. Tomorrow will be better.

Karisa posted this 24 September 2019

Even as a mother, we are all individuals. We all NEED and require time for ourselves. While we give and give of ourselves to many everyday...our spouses, companions, our family, jobs, co-workers, our children, and so forth......we have the right to need some time to ourselves to "recoup" per say. I totally can relate and understand where you are coming from and yes I have also experienced the same guilt feelings for not having the patience I should at all times. I just try to breathe and step back and recollect and remind myself that I am doing my very best and that it enough and okay! 

Sage posted this 24 September 2019

Yes, all the time! No matter what I do. Hang in there mama.

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