Confirmed: Psychologists Reveal Mums Should Take Regular ‘Mum-cations’

*Books next flight*


Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller

7 June 2019

Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller

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Being a mum is a 24/7 job and there’s no escaping it. 

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While we don’t want to escape motherhood, it would be nice to get a break every now and then, right?

Well, psychologists are now suggesting that mums should take small ‘mum-cations’, with other mums or by themselves, to help improve their family relationships in the long run. 

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Not only does the ‘me time’ improve a mother’s wellbeing, but it also helps to teach your kids about life balance and the importance of having your own independence. 

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Psychology professor Dr. Nava Silton revealed that “it’s very important for kids to see that balance that ideally needs to be achieved in a family situation.”

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Of course, that doesn’t just mean packing your bag and disappearing for a week! But planning a few weekends or a week away throughout the year can help more than you know!

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Time alone helps us appreciate what we have more, become more patient and is like a soft reset for when times are getting tough, improving our mental, physical, and emotional health. 

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Are you overdue for some solo time? Get planning!

 

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