The writer you feel you’ve always known
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In life, we are always evolving. What matters, above anything else is, how we move through and towards times of transition. Relationships, our own childhood wounds, the chapters of parenthood, career change or moving your whole life to a new place, our sense of identity is tested and in BIG ways. We need to lean into these chapters for growth; embracing not dreading or fighting change.
Heather’s real, straight-shooting approach to life transitions is both refreshing and empowering. Start living the best version of YOU, no matter what is changing around you.
Heather is a mom and stepmom of three kids, ages 12 to 20. Through her life, Heather has successfully risen through many challenges and transitions. Whether it be parental abandonment, alcoholism in the family, loss, divorce, picking up and starting anew many times over and now through adventures in her own parenting/stepparenting, she will share with you everything she has learned and in ways you’ll feel immediately connected to.
In her research, she found that there really wasn’t anyone out there talking specifically about what you go through inside, watching your child grow up and need you less, how heart wrenching it can be. How your whole sense of identity staggers and what you can do to truly be happy and strong for yourself. As a bonus, the child wins and your relationship thrives. Instead, there are plenty of blogs on parenting and being a new mom, the struggles of parenting a teenager, etc. but nothing devoted to the emotional wellbeing of us as mothers. When Heather began to struggle in big ways as her own son entered this life stage as a tween/teen, she realized there was a real need to write about it, talk about it, speak and connect about it.
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Heather’s ebooks (now and planned)
From muddling through divorce into a chapter as a single mom and then finding love again, to braving the tween years as a child becomes less dependent on you as a caregiver or companion; so many key moments when you are faced with fear and the question of, “where will my meaning and purpose come from now?”. Heather shares with you pieces of her journey and how you can continue to thrive, even in the hardest of transitions.