Hope for the Weary Mom {Review – Guest Post}

My oldest son is all over the Autism Spectrum: SPD, ADHD and ODD. Those are a lot of letters that mean many things for different people. Dealing with his behavior issues and trying to help him help himself makes this momma WEARY! Are you the mom of an “easy to love but hard to raise” child? Then you know what I mean.

One of my biggest fears when it comes to my son is that I cannot help him. I don’t know what it’s like to live inside his body. I don’t understand all the different ways his brain and body function.  I have a hard time understanding my son and because of that I’m a terrible mom to him at times.

Now, I know that I’m not really a terrible mom. I try my best on most days. But there are days when I blow it big time and I start to let the weariness take over. For a long time I felt like I was alone in the way that I felt. But then last year I read Hope for the Weary Mom, and that all changed.

Hope for the #WearyMom

Brooke {MOB Society} and Stacey {MOD Squad} have teamed up to write Hope for the Weary Mom: Where God Meets You in Your Mess. I believe this is a book that every mom should read. Check out the table of contents:

Chapter One: Why God Meets Us in Our Mess

Chapter Two: When You Don’t Measure Up

Chapter Three: When Your Weakness Is All You Can See

Chapter Four: When You Want to Run and Hide

Chapter Five: When Life Hurts Too Much

Chapter Six: When You Come to the End of Yourself

Chapter Seven: When the Gentle Words Won’t Come

Chapter Eight: When the World Presses In

Chapter Nine: When You Just Want to Give Up

Chapter Ten: When Weary Moms Walk Together

Hope for the Weary Mom is now available on Amazon for Kindle or in paperback.

LaToya is a single, homeschooling mom of two bouncing boys. She lives for the quiet moments of the day which are few and far between with two rambunctious young men running around the house. She strives each day to live fully for God, and although she often falls short she is determined to stay the course. LaToya blogs about her life at Christian Momma. You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook.


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4 Responses to Hope for the Weary Mom {Review – Guest Post}

  1. Kristi says:

    Definitely sounds like a book I need. I read the table of contents and thought, I need each chapter in daily blog form so I will make time to read it. I have soo many books to read, both ebooks and physical books and don’t have enough time in my day, but when I see posts from different home school blogs, I read them and they usually give me much needed encouragement, as well as more books to read. =) Thanks for the opportunity.

  2. Meredith says:

    Raising two children with Autism has made me happy, but quite weary, what an amazing help this book sounds to be for many! I hope I have an opportunity to read it soon :)

  3. While I wish I had this book when my kids were growing up so I wasn’t so laden with guilt, I think reading it now as my guys are young men may help relieve some of that nagging pressure in the back of my mind.
    Thanks Jennifer.

  4. Cristi says:

    I’ve looked at this book online many times, but I still haven’t ordered it. I need some encouragement because my days keep getting busier and I can’t see a way to stay on top of it all (and stay sane).

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