Sick Mom? I can solve your problems!

Sick Mom? I can solve your problems!

When mom’s sick, everyone suffers.

 

Are you a mom who’s  struggling to keep it together?  Do you have health issues that are making life difficult?  I’m here to help!

 

Chronic illness and chronic pain create a lack of energy, time, and patience.  But moms have to do so many things for so many people, we can’t just focus on ourselves until we feel better!  Can I really solve all of your problems?  No.  But I CAN help you with them!  Join me on this journey, we’re going to make things better! I’m not a doctor, and I never pretend to be one here.  But I’ll share with you the things that have helped me as a mom with health issues, and offer unique ways to find the help you need.

 

Do any of the following statements sound familiar?  Click on whichever you’re feeling & you’ll be magically transported to a place with a solution:

What to say to someone with chronic illness

 

As a mom, you already have so much going on!  And when you add in illness, depression, pain, or disability, you’re pressured every day to do more than most healthy people could only imagine!  Did you know that there are millions of moms all over the world going through the same things you are?  You are NOT alone!  So many are sick and tired of being sick & tired, but we don’t have to live this way! I’m bringing together this community so we can work together to build each other up & make our lives and the lives of our kids better!

 

I am done with feeling sick and tired!

Here are some ways I can help

 

If you’re a mom who wants to have fun, but hasn’t for a while…

Are you a mom who’s sick and tired of being sick & tired?  I’ve written a fabulous book called, “The Sick Mom’s Guide to Having Fun Again: If I can do it, you can too!” It starts out teaching ways to ditch that consuming mom-guilt. Then it talks about ways to have fun alone, with your friends, and with the love of your life.

My favorite part of the book is the chapter that has 100 things to do with your kids.  There are even 50 fun things to do with the kids when you can’t even get off the couch or out of bed!  I came up with them during the time I was repeatedly hospitalized and I had 5 children at home, from 2-19 who I still needed to engage with and care for.

The end of the book talks about preparing for, and even having fun with, your visits to the doctor.  If we’ve gotta go, we might as well enjoy it!  Check out “The Sick Mom’s Guide to Having Fun Again” on Amazon

 

If you feel alone…

Sometimes, as a mom, we put everyone else first and end up feeling alone & isolated. Sign up for my weekly e-mail.  You’ll hear from me, and can write back too!  I’ll let you know what’s happening with the group and with me that week.  The next thing will help you with that too…

 

If you want to have people to talk to who get it…

Join our Facebook group, Chronically Positive Moms, because everyone on there is positive with each other.  There’s none of that negativity we’ve all faced other places.  Let’s face it, it’s hard to find people who understand what it’s like to be a mom dealing with chronic illness, pain, depression,or any health issue.  People usually don’t understand unless they’re going through it too.

 

If you want to see more beauty around you…

Sometimes I feel guilty as a mom spending time and money on myself.  There are so many things the kids need.  But I feel so much better in a pretty space that’s comfy.  There are simple ways to beautify your surroundings that don’t break the bank.  I can help you find them!  Jump over here to this article and find some quick & inexpensive ways to feel better where you are.

 

Do you want your kids to help you more?

I’ve got a way to pick up your house that’s so easy a 2 year old can do it!  I’ve homeschooled a bunch of kids and have everyone at home all day.  They HAD to help out, or our house would have been a disaster.  I’ve learned some great tricks to make it happen!

 

House a mess & want it cleaned quick?

Here is my 6 step, one-hour cleaning plan.  I’ve been there!  I like a clean house, but it just wears me out to do a big clean-up.  I’ve got a plan to get the whole house looking good in one hour!

 

Are you unable to work full-time but need some money?

Let’s face it, we all need money!  There are tons of websites telling you how to make money at home, but many of them are scams, so what do you do?  I’ve got some ways to legitimately make money at home over here.

 

Are people totally stressing you out?

Do you live with people who enjoy arguing?  Do your kids talk back?  A stressful, arguing home isn’t going to help you feel better.  Learn how to stop fighting with the people around you in the article over here.  A peaceful home really is a happier home & you can get there!

Does everyone seem to say the wrong thing to you?

People with invisible illness often struggle with those around them offering to fix their problems, if they admit the person has an illness at all. People with a more visible illness or disability are often ignored, or told all kinds of crazy and rude things about how to “fix” themselves.

Here’s a list of 10 things to say to someone with a chronic illness, Read them for a laugh, or send the list to someone who need to know.

 

 

But wait…there’s MORE!  My next projects will be tailored to your needs

But I can’t do that unless you let me know what they are, so leave a comment below or send me a message at jenhardy.net/contact-us

 

I’d love to come take care of the kids and cook and clean for you so you can get a nice nap… unfortunately my superpowers don’t extend that far, but I’m here to listen, guide you to moms who can relate, and to a place you can find the assistance you’re looking for.  Sure, some days will be tough, but we can get through it!  I’m glad you’ve found me, and I look forward to getting to know you too!  Let me know what your struggles are, I’ll work on finding ways to help you.

 

Have a fabulous day,

Jen Hardy

 

 

The Sick Mom's Guide to Having Fun Again, don't be sick and tired any more

 

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