Mama, I see you, sitting on the sidelines, putting everyone else first, yet yearning to know when it will be “my turn” to be happy.


“I will ____ when ____”. 


“I will take that dance class when the kids are older.”


Have you uttered a statement like that when talking about something that you are interested in doing for yourself that would give you happiness and joy?  I have.  Yet, recently, I’m learning that delaying and denying have only led to resentment and overwhelm. 


In a world that overloads women with guilt, this conversation with Amber Trueblood is my guilt-free gift to you.  My hope is to give you the space to grant yourself the permission to discover what makes you smile and to just do it already!


About my guest, Amber Trueblood:


Amber Trueblood is a licensed therapist, author, podcaster, and mother to four sons. An avid reader and learner, Amber curates courses, workshops, and simple self-care tools for women. Since the 2019 launch of Stretch Marks: A Self-Development Tool for Mothers Who Are Being Stretched in Every Direction, Amber has written and contributed to articles in national publications including O: The Oprah Magazine; Bustle; People; Fatherly; Wedding Wire; MindBodyGreen; Good Housekeeping; and Parade. She’s been featured in L.A. Parent and Times of San Diego and provides regular content for both Motherhood Maternity and MamasUncut. Amber has appeared as a featured expert on television stations such as E! Daily Pop, KTLA, and CBS8.  She was recently featured on Good Day LA where she talked about “The Power of Mental Health”.


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Grace Rehman

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