Feeling isolated as a parent

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Feeling isolated as a parent

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You know, you can feel very isolated a lot of times as a parent. And I attack it in a couple of different ways. First of all, I pray a lot. I keep up a running dialogue with God all day long. "God, I really messed that up." Or, "God, I'm losing my cool here." And then I answer myself with scripture. So that helps to keep that relationship going. And then I also turn off into my blog wives, which are the women on the internet who are also humor writers and parenting writers. And they both write in the moment, because Twitter, come on! You can trade stories back and forth really quickly. But also reading their stuff, it gives me a lot of laughter but also a really strong sense of sanity, which every parent needs.

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Shari Simpson

Parenting Blogger & Comedy Writer

Shari Simpson is the mastermind behind the humor parenting blog “Earth Mother just means I’m dusty”; she also writes for NickMom, In The Powder Room, Cool Mom Picks and is the editor of Mommy Poppins New Jersey. Shari was the BlogHer 2012 Voice of the Year in humor writing and co-wrote the comedy, “Maybe Baby, It’s You” which had two successful off-Broadway runs and a Hollywood run starring Tori Spelling. Shari lives in Hoboken, New Jersey with her patient husband and three children (two humans, one pug). 

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