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EP 86 Overcoming Destructive Anger and Burnout as A Mother with Natalie Hixon

In this episode, Stephanie and Natalie talk about destructive anger and burnout as it relates to mom. Natalie openly shares her story of anger when her kids were young and how she ultimately found the root cause of her anger and learned how to heal herself and now she coaches other moms who find themselves struggling with the same thing.

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Get in touch with Natalie Hixon:

Natalie Hixson is a wife, mother, auntie, and certified professional life coach who helps discouraged Christian moms overcome destructive anger and burnout. After learning to thrive in motherhood and process anger in a healthy way, Natalie became convicted to help other moms avoid those dark years of motherhood by helping them to appreciate and process their anger, learn to identify their triggers, and ultimately control their reaction to those triggering situations. She enjoys her own motherhood journey by hanging with her husband Mike and their three daughters in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. She recharges with Jesus, coffee, and adventures with her family like skiing in the winter, hiking in the summer!




Free offer: Trigger Tracker as a first step to overcoming destructive anger so they can be the fun, present, and joyful wife and mom they want to be. The Trigger Tracker will help them identify their triggers, create awareness around them, and support them in changing their mindset around the triggers.

About the author, Stephanie

My name is Stephanie and I am a mom of 4 boys (ages 8, 6, 5, 2 + one on the way). My husband, Justin, and I met when I was 16 years old and have been together for 16 years now. We are also foster parents so we welcome the chaos! I have been a Special Education teacher for 7 years and still love to teach but I have chosen to pivot and focus on raising my boys and pouring my heart into this business now!

I'm so honored you are here and I promise to serve you by being prepared and present during this process together of learning to leave the legacy we want to leave through our motherhood.

"Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." -Galatians 6:9

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