The Super Woman Syndrome

Welcome to the Super Woman Syndrome!

Visit the Super Woman Syndrome blog HERE.

I am so glad that you decided to stop by, read a few words, and join the community of women seeking to let go of their super powers and let God help them fly! Amen. Amen.

Me… I am a wife. I am a mother. I am a part-time therapistĀ and a full-time administrative assistant. I am a friend, a sister, a daughter, a mentor, a writer, a speaker, and a once-in-a-while gourmet chef, crafter, scrapbooker, and pinterest actualizer.

Some might say I’m a super woman.

I say… I’m a mess.

I am busy (or at least I keep usingĀ that excuse) and I am still learning to balance.

Something inside of me says I need to be busy, completely organized and perfectly scheduled. I need to keep going. I need to do everything, or I will miss something.

Yes, I try to be Super Woman. I try to do it all. But I fail. I have no super powers. I cannot do it all and I cannot do it alone.

I cannot be the perfect wife, perfect mother, perfect student, or perfect employee. I need to let it go.

Perhaps you can relate. Are you a perfectionist? Are you too busy? Are you the A-Type, organizational, control freak just like me? Do you try to do it all, only to fall so far from perfection?

Or maybe you are the full-time working mom, trying to figure out “How in the world am I going to survive?”

My prayer is that you can join me on this journey of learning to let go, learning to say no, learning to surrender, and learning to BE still and know that He is God, and we are not! Amen. Amen.

Now is a great time for you as a wife, mother, employee, student, sister, daughter, and friend…to let go of your super powers and let God help you fly.


 

Visit the Super Woman Syndrome blog HERE.

Contact Mary Davidson for speaking engagements HERE.

 

3 thoughts on “The Super Woman Syndrome

  1. By the way, do you know that you teach me so much? That, of course, is the sign of a good parent, that is that when your children grow up they have become such amazing human beings that they are now your best teachers. And, just for the record, I still think you are a “super woman,” in Jesus name.

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