Breaking Generational Cycles in Motherhood: Tips for Finding Peace

Are you tired of feeling like you're stuck in a never-ending cycle of generational patterns? Do you want to break free and find peace in your life?


Well, you're not alone! As a mom myself, I know firsthand how hard it can be to break away from the habits and beliefs that were passed down to us from our own parents and grandparents. 


But fear not, my fellow mom warriors! I'm here to share with you some tips and tricks on how to break those generational cycles and find peace in your life. 

Motherhood can be a rollercoaster of emotions, but it's important to break the negative cycles passed down from previous generations. As a mother to Lily, 15, Remy, 13, and Fletcher, 9, I understand the challenges of navigating this role and finding peace in the journey and it hasn't been easy.


First and foremost, it's important to acknowledge that these patterns exist. We can't change what we don't recognize, so take some time to reflect on the habits and beliefs that you've inherited from your family. Are there certain phrases or behaviors that you catch yourself repeating? Are there certain situations that trigger negative emotions or reactions?


Once you've identified these patterns, you can start to work on breaking them.


Next, it's important to create new habits and beliefs that align with the life you want to live. This can be as simple as starting a daily gratitude journal or practicing mindfulness meditation. Or, it can be as big as making a major life change, like going back to school or starting a new career.


Whatever it is, make sure it's something that brings YOU yes you joy and fulfillment.


Through my own experiences, I've learned a few tips that have helped me along the way.



  • Identify patterns: Take some time to reflect on patterns from your childhood or your parents' childhood. What negative patterns do you want to avoid repeating? Write them down and keep them in mind as you raise your children.


  • Set healthy boundaries: Establishing healthy boundaries is crucial for self-care and breaking negative cycles. Learn to say no to things that drain you and prioritize what you need to recharge.


  • Practice self-care: Taking care of yourself allows you to better care for your children. Make time for activities that recharge you, whether it's yoga, reading, or simply relaxing in a bubble bath.


  • Seek support: Don't be afraid to reach out to friends, family, or a therapist for support. You don't have to navigate this journey alone.


  • Lead by example: Children learn by observing, so it's essential to model the behaviors and attitudes you want them to adopt. Show them what it means to be kind, compassionate, and confident.

"Just imagine what a generation of unbroken women could do." -Taryn De Vere

Remember, you're not alone in this journey, and it's never too late to start breaking the cycles and finding peace in motherhood. By sharing my experiences, I hope to inspire other mothers to do the same and create a more fulfilling life for themselves and their children.


So, my fellow moms, let's take a deep breath and remember that we have the power to break free from the cycles of our past. Let's create new habits and beliefs that bring us peace and joy, and let's support each other along the way.


Here's to breaking the cycle and finding peace in our lives!




Written by Sarah Komers

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