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IT’S OKAY TO NOT BE OKAY.
Really, it is. God knows what you’re going through. He sees you. He is with you through all those sleepless nights. He holds you up when you are already too tired and feel like you want to give up. (Ask me how I know! )
It’s been a long time since my last blog post here, and our family has been through many, many challenges since the COVID-19 pandemic began. (And I’m sure we’re not the only ones!) Despite everything, we still choose to praise God because of His grace and mercy! It’s only because of Him—and everyone’s prayers—that we are still here, fighting!
And this is why I want to address especially the MOMS out there: It’s okay to not be okay. You don’t have to “do it all.” You don’t need to be “put together” 100% of the time. You don’t have to have all the answers all the time.
It’s okay to not be okay. Because sometimes—many times—those are the times when God fills us up with His grace and mercy. And He can only fill us up when we run to Him and empty ourselves of whatever isn’t of Him.
I’ll be sharing more about this in my talk for the upcoming Catholic Moms Summit on November 13-15. (Please pray for me?! I’ll be baring my heart in an international event like this for the first time!)
If you’re a mom or know of anyone who might benefit from the Summit, please check out the lineup of speakers and topics, and register for FREE using my presenter’s link here: bit.ly/catholicmomssummit2020
You might also want to consider getting an ALL-ACCESS PASS, while it’s still 50% off! Here’s what you’ll get:
A chance to support the presenters and their different ministries during this difficult time.
Lifetime on-demand access to all 80 Summit presentations ($99 value)
Access to 14 live interactive main events each day during the Summit ($25 value)
Audio mp3 downloads of all 60 + presentations including the 7 live main events ($39 value)
Free access to the 21 Day Guided Course in Balancing Your Life as a Mother ($25 value)
May Mama Mary guide us ever closer to her Son so that we can all receive the grace and healing that we and our loved ones need!
Let’s keep praying for one another,
Tina Santiago Rodriguez of Truly Rich and Blessed
P.S. Please feel free to share this with the moms (and even non-moms) you know! Totus Tuus, Maria! God bless us all!
P.P.S. Messy hair, don’t care! Because it’s also okay to not look okay in your social media posts, especially when you have a toddler recovering from illness!
Look at the mothers who truly love their children: how many sacrifices they make for them. They are ready for everything, even to give their own blood so that their babies grow up good, healthy and strong.”Saint Gianna Molla