Mothers aren’t at war with other mothers, argues Katherine Wintsch, they’re at war with themselves. The debut author, a corporate consultant who conducts global research on the lives of mothers, asks women in her workshops to write down the last terrible thing they said to themselves. They frequently fill up multiple sheets of paper with examples from that day, even when Ms. Wintsch is asking them at 10 a.m. --Ellen Gamerman, Wall Street Journal
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Katherine Wintsch is a nationally recognized expert on the topic of modern motherhood. The majority of her expertise comes from studying the passion and pain points of mothers around the world — the rest is accumulated from a little trial and a whole lot of error while raising her own two children, Layla and Alex, with her husband, Richard, in Richmond, Virginia.
Visit her at katherinewintsch.com.
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