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Even-Tempered Mother: Tips from a Mom Overcoming Rage and Depression {BONUS CONTENT} Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 780 KB
  • Print Length: 61 pages
  • Publication Date: March 28, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JBV57XO
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Saved by grace, Tabitha is the wife to an amazing man and a homeschooling mother to four children, one with Autism.

Tabitha loves blogging and owns several including her flagship blog at MeetPenny.com where she shares her mistakes and successes in the pursuit of balancing family, time, and budget.

As founder of the Inspired Bloggers Network, Tabitha enjoys encouraging and educating other bloggers on how to use their platforms to touch the world. "Every blogger has value," she says, "regardless of the traffic they receive." In January 2014, the network's ladies-only Facebook group surpassed 1,000 members and was growing with over 100 members added monthly. You can follow the Inspired Blog at InspiredBloggersNetwork.com.

Tabitha is also an expert on social media and wrote Pinteresting: Pinterest Strategies for Brands and Bloggers after being recognized by iVillage, a division of NBCUniversal, as being one of 15 pinners that mothers should follow.

Residing in Mobile, Alabama, she and her husband own Philen Multimedia and offer a variety of creative and consulting services to help companies build their brands on a budget.

Tabitha also serves as a freelance writer and is available for speaking engagements or workshops.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dustybug on April 30, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Motherhood is hard enough, but it is even more difficult when you are struggling with underlying anxiety and/or depression. I've had my own personal battles with these problems and I can tell you that what Tabitha writes in this book is true. Giving her own personal testimony, she breaks down the invisible barrier that so many women hide behind. Depression is often a silent predator. There is so much stigma associated with it that most feel ashamed of what they are experiencing. Satan is a powerful enemy against a mom who is lost in the depths of her struggles. Tabitha gives encouragement and advice for how to face him, put him in his place, and to seek the help that is so desperately needed. With suggested Scriptures, ideas for calming yourself, and other resources for the weary mom, this book will serve to be the push to reach beyond the wall of sadness and anger to find the light.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Arabah Joy, Christian Blogger and Writer on April 21, 2014
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Tabitha honestly shares her struggles with rage and depression in this book. Everyone's story will be different and, in fact, Tabitha includes several other stories from women who have also struggled with depression, anger, and even SPD. While Tabitha does not pretend to give all the answers in addressing the issues of rage and depression, her story does encourage the reader to take action. She shares how she was able to pinpoint her "triggers" and what she does to keep calm. This too will vary for each of us, but hearing from Tabitha gets us thinking about our root issues and how to address them. I especially appreciated how Tabitha set up a system for disciplining her children in advance; this way the stress, pressure, and anger are reduced when a child misbehaves. The book is an easy read and includes a very helpful TOC for reference. The font and layout also make it enjoyable, i.e. easy on the eyes! (Thank you Tabitha!)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tauna A. Meyer on April 28, 2014
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Even-Tempered Mother is a quick read (important for moms) and really encourages those who struggle with anger and/or depression. She offers the story of her journey and those of several other women, builds readers up with the truth of God, and offers practical tips and advice for handling anger appropriately. I especially appreciated the ideas of praying through each room, journalling our triggers and reactions to get a clear picture of them, and determining discipline ahead of time so we respond instead of react to misbehavior. These and many other ideas and resources make this worth a read. It's not an all-inclusive take on anger and depression, and not everyone will agree on the medication issue, but the book helps readers take an honest look at their problem and consider ways to move forward.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Misty Leask on March 31, 2014
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In her new eBook, Tabitha writes honestly, shares her past openly and remains real throughout every page of this book. Her heart for ministering to moms who find themselves in the midst of depression and anger is felt through every word. If you're aren't currently dealing with these difficulties, but you have in the past then you need to grab a copy of this great book.

This eBook is a great read for all moms that have and/or are struggling with anger and/or depression. No matter what stage you are at, you will find wonderful tips and blessed encouragement in finding that you are not alone in your struggles.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Adelientan on May 2, 2014
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Being angry is a party of uncontrolled emotion of a woman. This book is really helpful for any woman to overcome the feeling of being really angry and depression that usually leads after the rage.
There are 10 chapters included in this book. They share about how the emotion might sometimes be influenced by heritage, the form of rage itself, How depression has been very annoying in health physically and mentally as there might be some medical dependence involved, tips for depressed mom, encouragement for being recovered from depression and rage, the role of spiritual belief in recovery, some spiritual support given for any woman has similar problem, experience of being emotionally uncontrolled by some other woman, and other FAQ.
It is a must have for any woman and it is not closed for man to read.
The most touching part of this book is how a support of husband can be very meaningful to overcome the problem of rage and depression. I don't think that this book is only for woman ;)
Thank you Tabitha for such a wonderful book that I need a lot.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Story on April 30, 2014
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As I read this eBook, I saw myself in the pages. It would not have taken much to substitute my name for Tabitha's and many of the stories are my own. I was struck by the honesty of her words, although raw. I appreciate that not only did she share her story of her struggle with rage and depression, she offered practical solutions. She gives me hope that I can finally overcome my own rage and depression and be the mom that my little girl deserves and a wife that my husband desires.
Thank you Tabitha for your willingness to share such a personal story of your life, pain, and healing. I believe this book should be read by both mothers and fathers. I found this book encouraging and hopeful. When I started reading it, I didn't put it down until I was finished.

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