“I feel like I am only just getting through each day, I am mentally and physically exhausted and I’ve reached a point where I just can’t do anymore.”
If you are an expat mum and struggling with feeling isolated and frustrated with your family’s move, then you have come to the right place. Once you join this support group, you will have resources that will save you time and energy, and you will have the support you need to be a happier and more connected mum.
- Do you feel overwhelmed?
- Do you feel panicked by everything you need to complete to make your move abroad successful?
- Are you worried about the impact this move will have on your kids?
- Somewhere between moving and packing checklists, you suddenly realise you’re alone and in a foreign country. You’re struggling with feeling isolated
I have been there, that’s why I started this support group. Both my daughters were born in India, within six weeks of arriving each time to Mumbai and Delhi respectively, and I had no support base. I had to find my own way back then, and I continue to now with each move we make as a family. As a result I know how you feel and I understand your concerns. With a professional background in senior HR roles, I also have experience building teams and coaching people from different walks of life.
“The Support Group for Mums Abroad has really gone above and beyond my expectations.”
A 3 month support program limited to a maximum of 8 people. We’ll adapt timezones as required. The monthly fee is only US$27.95, that’s a one time investment of only US$83.85!
For the first time, I am offering a premium service. The premium service is for those who are interested in the Support Group for Mums Abroad, but also want individual support with a weekly one to one coaching session. A total value of US$1,183.95, I am offering this service at a special price of US$800 (over 30% discount!).
Join me and the support group and you will feel a more mindful and present mum. You will have the resources you need to save yourself time and energy, allowing you to focus on those who are important to you. Overall, you will know how to make the most of your experience abroad.
“I was dubious about joining the group, I couldn’t see what it would provide that I couldn’t find myself. But I have been surprised, and now I look forward to the Coffee Call each week!”