You’ve spent enough time thinking of your need for quiet as a weakness.
It may feel at odds with the noise of motherhood, but it's not a weakness.
When used well, your introverted nature can actually make you a uniquely strong parent. (Wouldn't it feel amazing to finally believe that?)
Join us and move from "talked out and touched out" to balanced and ready to engage with your people.
"It took me years to connect my struggles with parenting and my introverted nature. And even when I did, I couldn't fix it. I couldn't snap and suddenly feel relaxed amid the chaos of raising two young boys. This course helped me open my eyes to strategies I've been using unconsciously and more that I can apply, starting now. I can already feel the changes in our family as I learn to work with who I am."
Rebecca Eanes, Founder of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond
"Erica's course makes me believe in kindred spirits. I was immediately engaged in each lesson through the personal stories Erica shares; I found myself unconsciously nodding as I thought, 'Yes. Yes, me too.' She gets me. She's been where I am now."
Zina Harrington, Founder of Becoming Unbusy and Let's Lasso the Moon
"This wasn't my first introduction to being an introvert, but I loved that this course applied these principles directly to the craziness and overwhelm of motherhood. I loved taking a course from someone who truly understood where I’m coming from and for all the unique insights Erica added to this topic. I feel validated. I feel empowered. And I feel excited to approach motherhood from a place that’s more true to myself."
Anne McOmber, Course Participant, Fall 2017
On the Fence?
If you're on the fence about joining us, I have a few questions for you:
How many times have you longed to call a time out on... yourself? I mean, kids hate them, but what's not to love about some time in a room alone?
How many times have you counted down the minutes—as in, every. single. minute—until your husband, mom, or babysitter arrived to take over for you?
How many times have you doubted yourself as a mom because you just don't seem to have the stamina for being with your kids for long stretches of time?
If you're like me, you'll do anything for a minute of space and quiet.
It's time to let go of that guilt, to accept that you are the way you are for a reason.
It's time to discover what makes you unique—and what makes you STRONG—as an introverted parent. It's time to feel more confident in yourself as a mom... and a human!
It's time to finally feel the ease you've been looking for—to offer your family (and yourself!) a calmer you.
I hope to see you in class!
Erica Layne is a sunset chaser, mom of three, life coach, and author. She's passionate about helping women trade overwhelm and fatigue for focus and peace. Find her at The Life On Purpose Movement.