Women need other mothers.

Mothers Need Other Mothers! See Thought Provoking Reasons Why

There’s so much that can be gained from being with other mothers! We may not realize it at first, but having meaningful relationships with other mothers can bring us immeasurable joy and help us through even the toughest times.

From getting advice on parenting tips to finding comfort in camaraderie during hard days, exploring the benefits of connecting with other moms has never been more important.

Whether you’re new to motherhood or a veteran mom navigating uncharted conditions, understanding just how beneficial it is to connect with others, prioritize yourself and your family – letting go of guilt and giving yourself the space for genuine connection makes all the difference.

Let’s look deeper into why connecting with other moms should be considered and your well-being – both today and forever more!

Here are some super important things a mom clan can offer:

Other mothers discussing maternity clothes, accessories, money. They offer empowerment to one another!

Empowerment – Having the support of other mothers is invaluable in helping you navigate motherhood.

Whether it’s finding out tips for sleep training your newborn or just having someone to share the joys (and struggles) of motherhood with – other mothers can provide a valuable source of support, information, and perspective.

Because let’s face it! For the most part, you’re on your own. And you need support.

Empowerment means validation! When someone empowers you, that feeling may move you way up the emotional scale. This may shed new light on whatever situation you are facing. Maybe even a fresh new perspective.

So next time you’re feeling overwhelmed by parenthood, take a moment to reach out to one of your mom-friends. You might be surprised how much better you’ll feel afterward! Plus, it’s always nice to have someone who understands the craziness that is being a mom.

Mothers of all ages sitting at a table. Spending time together.

Companionship – Sharing parenting stories and struggles with someone who understands can bring light to the darkest days.

Although it’s a solitary job many days, we aren’t meant to go it alone. Still, loneliness can be a major factor when it comes to motherhood.

Overcoming feelings of loneliness is much easier when you have friends. And the friendships in your life offer much more than social interaction.

In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic:

“Friends can:

  • Increase your sense of belonging and purpose
  • Boost your happiness and reduce your stress
  • Improve your self-confidence and self-worth
  • Help you cope with traumas, such as divorce, serious illness, job loss, or the death of a loved one
  • Encourage you to change or avoid unhealthy lifestyle habits, such as excessive drinking or lack of exercise

Friends also play a significant role in promoting your overall health. Adults with strong social connections have a reduced risk of many significant health problems, including depression, high blood pressure, and an unhealthy body mass index (BMI).”

So next time you’re feeling overwhelmed by parenthood, take a moment to reach out to one of your mom-friends.

Advice – Tap into the wisdom of other mothers for creative ideas when you feel like you’ve been stuck in a rut.

We all fall into ruts at times.

Getting advice from other moms can be extremely helpful when you feel like you’re stuck in a rut. From their own experiences, your mom-friends can provide creative ideas and solutions that may have never crossed your mind.

In addition, nurturing your creative side might be just what you need! Creative solutions to whatever problem you’re having are usually just around the bend.

Don’t forget to return the favor by sharing some of your own insights – it’s always nice to pay it forward! Even if you don’t have all the answers, just offering a listening ear can be so comforting. So next time you’re in a bind, don’t hesitate to turn to your fellow moms for advice and support.

Moms need other moms for words of encouragement! Neighbors and those living close to home help carry us through.

Camaraderie – Find solace in knowing that you’re part of a larger community of moms working together.

The mom life is often thought to be isolating, but nothing could be further from the truth. You may feel like you’re on your own sometimes, but there are so many other moms all around you who are trying their best to do the same thing.

It’s funny – we may walk around thinking we’re the only one who is going through a tough phase with our teenager. And possibly the people we see throughout our day choose not to share details of the things going on in their lives. It’s almost like we’ve created very high walls. We’ve chosen to keep ourselves separate from one another.

Take a moment to recognize that you’re part of a larger community of moms working together to make the best of this thing called motherhood.  In fact, we, along with other mothers, are part of the current collective raising a new generation.

We’re connected to one another. We just often forget this is true.

Self-care – Surrounding yourself with a mom network is a massive step toward self-love.

Why? Because not only do you reap the benefits listed above, but you can also work together to arrange combined childcare so that you can occasionally take a much-needed break!

When my daughter was young, there were times my friends and I would hire a sitter to watch two or three of our combined kids so that we could get out for a yoga class or a wine-tasting event.

Also, every time I took the time to plan time with my friends, I knew it was an act of self-love. It would be easier to lose myself in the drama of the day. But reaching out to a friend felt like an invaluable lifeline.


Networking groups can be created to discuss new items, think of what to sell, shoes, toys, clothing, etc. They offer tips on store credit, baby furniture, baby equipment. They remind what you can sell gently.

Networking – Get connected with other moms in your local community for advice, resources, or just to socialize!

Moms have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share, so why not make use of it? Whether you’re looking for advice on parenting topics, resources in your local community, or just someone to talk to – connecting with other moms can be such an invaluable resource.

With all the challenges that come with motherhood, it’s nice to know that you have like-minded other mothers who can support and encourage you, offer creative ideas and solutions, or just be a listening ear. So don’t hesitate to reach out and get connected – you’ll be surprised how much brighter life as a mom can become with the help of your fellow mom-friends.

Find your crew – The importance of having a village of mother friends.

As a mom, it’s easy to get lost in the daily hustle and bustle of parenting. It can sometimes feel like you’re on an island all by yourself. But fear not, because there is a solution: finding your crew of mom friends.

When I first became a mom, I was so lucky to have a community of women doing exactly the same thing. And let me tell you – it was life-altering!

We were all working moms and were adjusting to a sleep-deprived life with a newborn and a massive identity shift as we were transforming into someone new.

Even though my circumstances were particularly tough (you can read more about it here), I couldn’t imagine going through that time without my mom friends by my side.

Having a village of supportive and understanding fellow moms can make all the difference in the world. They’re the ones who will bring over a bottle of wine and a shoulder to cry on when your toddler just won’t stop tantruming, or who will offer to watch your kids so you can have a precious moment to yourself. So if you haven’t found your tribe yet, go out and seek them! Your sanity (and wine collection) will thank you.

Rose colored takeaways:

Prioritize finding your crew. Make it happen.

Find a sense of empowerment. You deserve to feel empowered.

Embrace companionship. You aren’t meant to go it alone when it comes to motherhood.

Tap the endless wealth of advice available to you from other mothers.

Ask for and give encouragement. All moms need this.

Experience a sense of camaraderie. We’re all collectively doing this together.

Weave in self-care. You know you need this!

Enjoy networking. Other moms out there have ideas, and connections, that you might need.


Allowing yourself the space and time to connect with other moms is one of life’s most rewarding experiences. From sharing stories and advice to celebrating successes and seeking support – having a village of mother friends has an incredible power to make us feel understood, accepted, and loved.

Making time for laughter, love, and lightheartedness helps to replenish our energy reserves so we can continue the beautiful work of parenthood. After all, it truly takes a village to give our children the best start in life; so let’s build each other up – because when mamas come together, amazing things happen!

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