Being a parent is a tough job for both moms and dads. However, it is common for moms to carry more of the physical and emotional load when it comes to parenting. Oftentimes they are working a regular job, taking on the “second shift” duties such as cooking, cleaning, making lunches, going over homework, and worrying about things like playdates and social interactions can be hard-hitting. More recently due to COVID 19, moms are working remotely at home, while supporting their child with online learning. In this presentation, participants will learn strategies on how to “name” their experiences, tap into new energy sources, and facilitate reality check expectations.