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After the birth of my third child in three years, I knew something was off, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.

After all, before I had kids I had been a successful, driven, positive go-getter that managed to work my ass of all the way to play softball in 2 Olympic Games.

Now I had a wonderful husband and three healthy kids, but...



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Now I had a wonderful husband and three healthy kids, but...

It turns out
I had a serious case of postpartum depression,

although I never addressed it for 6 years. It turns out I am not the only mom who has suffered in silence. And it also turns out that I am not the only mom who struggled to reclaim her identity after becoming a mother.

In fact, feeling invisible and only living for others so common I might have thought that was “normal”.


It couldn't be more real.

Societal norms and pressure of putting everyone's needs in front of my own? That is real too

Judgements from other people on what “makes a good mother.” Yep. Also real. It took me suffering from depression for 6 years and sitting in a therapists office while she asked me if I knew the difference between actively and passively suicidal.

I did not. It was right then and there that I learned the differences, and I also learned I was passively suicidal. I knew I needed a change. And not a surface-level change. I needed the real-deal life makeover. To say the journey has been challenging is an understatement.

But I didn't

let it stop me

I got to work. And I worked my ass off. I dove into therapy. I dove into learning about myself.

I investigated what was actually good for me –
not what others thought was good for me.

And I realized the more care and investment I put into myself, the more I was able to show up as a mom – a mom that I was proud of.

I invested in coaches and therapists. I invested in every area of my health – physically, mentally, and emotionally.

I was coached to truly understand habits, behavioral patterns, and thought processes in order to create and sustain real change. I locked in my exercise and nutrition and from there,

my confidence, my happiness, and my relationships skyrocketed.

In 2019 I was in a place where I was able to say "YES" to tryout for my third Olympic Roster.

I am living a life I am proud of, and I am the best mom I can be because of it – not in spite of it.

And I am determined to help women get

their mojo back and lead their family by example

We have now created a movement and are helping hundreds of moms reclaim their bodies,
regain their confidence, ward off anxiety and depression, and live a life they
are proud off – and we are doing it together!

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