Moms Judging Moms



Have you ever felt the weight of another mom’s judgmental glare? Lysa TerKeurst wants women to become each other's greatest cheerleaders instead of each other's biggest critics.

Have you ever felt the weight of another mom’s judgmental glare? Hi I’m Lysa TerKeurst with Proverbs 31 Ministries. A few weeks ago I heard an amazing speaker challenge moms to decide to support each other rather than judge each other.

Working moms were encouraged to think of ways to encourage a stay at home mom like bringing her take out during your lunch break. And stay-at-home moms were encouraged to do things to help a working mom like offering to make her family a meal on a night when she has to work late.

The reality is that motherhood has its challenges whether we stay home or have a paying job. Imagine what things could look like if all moms came together in this way? Instead of judging each other, we could become each other’s greatest cheerleaders.

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