Here's what I was looking for in a solution: 

I realized I couldn't change people, but I still wanted the high quality of relief that comes when other people see things my way.

I wanted radical self-honesty that could help me truly progress in my personal life and in my relationships (not relying on BFFs or allies to validate my hurt feelings).

I wanted to be able to take whatever curve balls come my way and not become unhinged or devastated because of circumstances over which I had no control.

. . . and life coaching fits this bill.

I consider it my personal ministry to help every mom thrive and find herself while still juggling this important and eternal roll of motherhood.