What Happy Moms Do that Unhappy Moms Don't!

               

My mission is to help working moms who suffer from anxiety and self-doubts, don’t know how to help their children succeed or build a loving relationship with their partners.

From an aspiring actress to working for airline executives to becoming a pharmacy professor and a multigenre author, I have transformed my life while balancing the role of a working mother. My book The Art of Good Enough: The Working Mom’s Guilt-Free Guide to Thriving While Being Perfectly Imperfect has been featured on MSNBC, PBS, ABC, Fox, CBS, CW, Telemundo, Thrive Global, Working Mother magazine, and The Times of India.

As a mom of a teenager, I too experienced the worries, doubts, and lack of time that make many moms feel inadequate to change their lives around. These two unique approaches helped me and other women take control of our lives:

  1. Self-analysis: to understand the root cause of their problems.
  2. Reverse engineering: to map out the action plan from ‘where they want to be’ to ‘where they are now.’

I help working moms through my books, online courses, workshops, coaching, and speaking so they know the exact steps to build confidence in their abilities to care and support their children and partners.

Dr. Ivy Ge, author, professor
anxiety and stress
creative parenting

THE SECRET TO LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE IS TO FOCUS ON YOUR STRENGTHS, NOT YOUR WEAKNESSES

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