EP 212: Letting Go of Mom Guilt with JoAnn Crohn of No Guilt Mom

How are you this week?

I am feeling quite satisfied. Long story short, my family has had a school issue resolved that has been going on since September. Not going to lie, I wanted to wear a t shirt that said I TOLD YOU SO, but I showed restraint and wore a leopard print dress with motorcycle boots instead.

Advocating for our needs and for those we love is such a big part of life. We may not get what we want every time, but I feel it is still worth the effort every time.

This week, in my Facebook group, I asked for people’s thoughts on Mom Guilt. It made me realize how much we have internalized systematic failures as personal failures. I am looking forward to looking deeper into this issue and bringing about solutions.

In this week’s podcast, I got a chance to interview Joann Crohn from No Guilt Mom. 

JoAnn Crohn, M. Ed is a parenting educator and life coach who helps moms feel confident in raising empowered kids while pursuing their own goals.

She’s an accomplished writer, author, podcast host of the award-winning No Guilt Mom Podcast, speaker, appearing in national media, and founder of the company No Guilt Mom.

Her specialty is helping moms go from martyr to model - being the role model in her family vs. sacrificing their own needs.

Her coaching program, Balance, has helped hundreds of women find what lights them up, form a deeper relationship with their families, and release their own mental load.

JoAnn is a former elementary school teacher with a Master's degree in Education as well as a National Board Certified Teacher.  She’s a mom to 2 kids - ages 15 and 10.  She’s been married to her college sweetheart, Josh, for 17  years, and they live in Gilbert, AZ.


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