Do you feel like you’re failing as a mom? Are you plagued by a sense of inadequacy and feel like you’re constantly missing the mark?These feelings describe mom guilt—a surprisingly common experience for modern moms.
Counselor Lauren Whitman helps moms identify mom guilt and understand the common roots of it that contribute to a sense of deficiency that many mothers live with. She helps readers think biblically about how God helps us escape from mom guilt by accepting our limitations, rejecting worldly standards, and embracing the freedom of faithful living before God.
Moms: God sees more than failure in you—and he wants you to see it too so you can be encouraged.
Lauren Whitman, MA, is a counselor and faculty member at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF), where she has served for over a decade. She also serves as the developmental editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling and is the author of A Painful Past: Healing and Moving Forward, A Biblical Counseling Process, and the minibook Mom Guilt. Whitman, her husband, and their two children make their home in the Philadelphia area.
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