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Attention all Moms: Friends wanted.

I am a mom constantly concerned about if what I’m doing for my family, my life, and my home, are the right things to do.

I don’t have any real friends, no one really to talk to or open up with.

I find myself needing some kind of shoulder for which to cry on. Instead of putting myself out in the real world, like any normal human being would, I ended up turning to Facebook for help.

If you’re like me; or you’re a mom, a wife, or just a woman, looking for a group of other women to inspire you, make you laugh, listen to while you get ready or drive your kids to school in the morning, then I would like to share with you who I watch and listen to on order to help me get through my days.

Facebook Moms:

In your face laughs and truths, she’s a mother of 3, her youngest having autism. Through her many struggles with her health, she comes out at the top every time. She discusses all topics, even her over the top anxiety and lack of emotiom: Meredith Masony, That’s Inappropriate

Meredith wrote a book about her life called “Scoop the Poop”. I haven’t read it yet, but I’ve heard great things.

https://www.amazon.com/Scoop-Poop-Mrs-Meredith-Masony

A recovering addict who knows how to use her comedic talents to bring awareness to drug abuse, depression and anxiety. She became a mom of 3 within 2 years. She’s a truly good person and a great mom:

Tiffany Jenkins, Juggling the Jenkins

Tiffany has an eye opening book about life with addiction.

High Achiever: The Shocking True Story of One Addict’s Double Life

https://www.amazon.com/High-Achiever-Shocking-Addicts-Double-Life

Meredith and Tiffany have a fantastic, funny, hot topic, real mom podcast called: Take It Or Leave It.

I never miss an episode.

A mom of 3 girls, this mom is funny and real. She also brings a Christian tone to her page, as well as her funny videos, and raises money for childhood cancer as well as children’s hospitals. Her heart is big and her personality will grab you.

C.A. Miljavac, facebook page same as her name.

C.A. wrote an inspirational and funny book about her life and the struggles that made her who she is.

Odd(ly) Enough: Standing Out When The World Begs You To Fit In

https://www.amazon.com/Odd-Enough-Standing-When-World

C.A. has a podcast with her best buddy; professional photographer, mom of 4 girls, blogger, funny and sassy red head, Kori Rongey.

Their podcasts ranges from funny to discussing mental health.

I also never miss an episode.

Podcast: The Mother Crushers

Two best friends who have one of the largest Facebook mom followings, now on tour around the country to make mommas laugh. They share their true life worries and struggles of motherhood and being a wife, and they make me laugh so hard I cry.

Jen Smedley and Kristin Hensley of I Mom So Hard.

They just had a book come out: #IMomSoHard

I haven’t read it yet either, but it’s on my list.

https://www.amazon.com/IMomSoHard

I just started watching Brooke Wilkerson and Amy Weatherly. I don’t know too much about them, but they both seem like down to earth moms, and they’re both funny.

So if you’re looking for a friend, a good FB page for laughs, and real mom subjects to discuss. If you don’t want to feel alone in your struggles as a mother, a woman, or as a wife. Or if you’re just looking for a good book to read, give these ladies a try.

You won’t be sorry.

If you have any mom groups you’d like to share with me, I would be most appreciative.

I like to watch ladies not afraid to speak their truths about being a Pinterest fail mom.

I make mistakes, I like to know someone else is going through the same and we can laugh about it and then figure out how to improve it.

It’s difficult being a mom, but I wouldn’t change a second.

It’s difficult being a wife, I would change a lot.

It’s difficult being a woman, I can’t be open about shaving my mustache.

Visit my website for more stories of the chaos of my mind as a mother. WhyMommyWhy.blog

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