Kathryn Sansone has been happily married for 19 years. She has ten children ranging in age from 18 years to 8 months. She's beautiful, fit, and organized. How on earth does she do it? She claims she is far from perfect and doesn't strive to be. She seems too good to be true!
Kathryn credits her happiness to "three essential truths" that keeps her sane when life gets crazy. The first is that she isn't supermom and doesn't want to be. She and her family are a team and on a journey through life.
Her second essential truth is that she believes she's important as a woman and an individual, not just a mother and wife. She takes care of herself and doesn't feel guilty for doing so. Kathryn says, "You must take care of yourself first for everyone else's sake, as well as for your own."
Last but not least, Kathryn's third truth is she believes it's important to "stay connected to your spiritual core." She defines spiritual core as "that unspoken place in a woman's heart where her spirit lives . . . You owe it to yourself to focus on finding the way to your own heart."
Throughout the book, Kathryn shares 30 tips to help you achieve those three essential truths - insights that will change the way you look at yourself, your marriage, and your family and kids. With warmth, encouragement and a healthy dose of humor, Kathryn shares her experiences as a happily married woman who has managed to keep a sense of herself while parenting ten children.
And while I never forget that I am my children's mother and my husband's wife, I know that I must always remain connected to me, to who I am as a woman. ~ Kathryn Sansone
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