Take the 5-Day “Pause Before You Pounce” Challenge: The Cure for Mama Mouth

Ever have times when, while interacting with family members around the house, you are certain you are going to blow your stack?

The chores aren’t done on time—or in the right way. Someone makes a complete mess of an area you just spent a great deal of time cleaning. The kids are sluggish getting out the door to an event and now it threatens to make the entire family late. Something you asked someone to do didn’t get done and now it messes up your day. And on and on and on…..

Interruptions. Inconvienences. Delays. Derailments.

Messes. Mishaps. Mayhem……that’s Motherhood!!

When you can’t always control the look of your house–or the actions of those living in it–do you sometimes also have a hard time controlling your temper and your tongue? Do you find yourself behaving biblically backwards—being slow to listen, quick to speak and quick to become angry?

This “Pause Before You Pounce” Challenge includes five days of encouraging and practical short devotions that will not only inspire you to interact prayerfully and properly with the members of your family, it will also give you some practical ways to do it along with a small daily challenge designed to bring BIG change! Oh, and a memory verse on anger to work on over the course of the challenge. The idea-packed emails will automatically come to you daily for five days starting with the day you sign up.

Register  to participate in the free 5 Day “Pause Before You Pounce” Challenge by clicking here.

ALSO NOTE: Would you like to get over $75 worth of FREE motherhood resources including  sample chapters, e-books, Bible studies, and encouraging and practical printables on motherhood stress, prayer, and home management ideas as well as a Bible reading log? How about several MP3 downloads of messages on mothering as well as a coupon code to get the LET. IT. GO. dvd/one participant’s guide curriculum bundle 40% off? Curious? Click here for details.

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  1. Thank you for today -PFor the next 24-48 hours make an effort to really listen to those in your family or your circle of friends; people at work or at church. Purpose to not give your opinion on a matter unless you are directly asked. Instead, seek to ask clarifying questions that will help you better understand just what the other person is expressing. Beyond that, keep your thoughts to yourself. See if anyone comments on the difference they see in you. (My family always asks if I have laryngitis!)

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