Northridge, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2016
Orit Tabachnik's new book, Now it’s Your Time, Mom! gives moms common sense tools for navigating their daily, and sometimes overwhelming lives. For most, parenting is an amazing gift, but for some it can bring with it a very real challenge of staying emotionally balanced. The constant caring for others’ needs – no matter how much we love them – can take its toll on even the most stable person.
When Orit found herself overwhelmed by responsibilities after the birth of her two daughters, she had no idea that what was missing was her ability to care for her own daily needs.
Now It's Your Time, Mom! offers the reader a gentle approach to healing by helping them to:
- Recognize and connect to their needs through self-reflection with questions (of past/present) and written exercises at the end of each chapter
- Improve communication of these needs with Nonviolent Communication skills
- Gain important insights about practicing the art of ‘Self-Care’
The reader will be able to utilize these questions and answers to gain a greater clarity in identifying how to best support their own individual needs on a daily basis. In doing so, they will attain a more loving, balanced, organized and creative state of being on their parenting path – mind, body and spirit.
Kelli Miller, MSW and co-host of LA Talk Radio states, “As mothers, we often can’t, or won’t allow ourselves to be nourished. Orit’s beautiful book gently and compassionately teaches us how to do that. Her style is soft and kind, and within each chapter one gets a sense of the love and affection we so desperately need. Thank you for writing a book for a generation of moms who absolutely need it.” This Mother’s Day, give someone you love, Now it’s Your Time, Mom!
About the Author:
Orit Tabachnik was born and raised in Israel before immigrating to the United States with her husband in 1989. Over the years, her desire to explore different aspects of wellness and body-mind healing, prompted her further education in the fields of yoga, qigong, various massage techniques, body-mind integration, Waldorf philosophy, as well as training in the field of Nonviolent Communications. Orit is available for private consultations in providing guidance to other mothers who have read her book and need assistance in formulating an individual plan specific to their own personal needs.
Orit lives in Northridge, California with her husband Ron and daughter Jane. Her older daughter Gal is currently continuing her education at college. For more information please visit her website.