What mamas are saying about Homeschool Life Coach…

smiling woman talking via laptop in kitchen: what mamas are saying about homeschool life coach Teresa Wiedrick

What are the benefits of the homeschool life coach?


I can share how I love to show up with homeschool mamas, deeply listen, and allow strategic listening skills & intuition to guide me to help uncover the next steps to addressing a challenge, but you want to know what these homeschool mamas are saying


Here’s what homeschool mamas are saying about the Homeschool Life Coach…

“I feel like you know me. You offered helpful suggestions to rejuvenate and equip any homeschool mom in whatever stage she might find herself in.”

“I enjoyed our candor and your laughter, your caring, and your insights. You have allowed the experiences that have challenged you to be the catalyst to helping others.”

“This retreat is for anyone has who has lost sight of themselves in the midst of living a busy life and wants to refocus on what’s truly important.”

“I hope all of your retreats bear fruit into deflated women like me, changing their defeat into delight once again, or for the first time.”

“I told you at our first session that I was looking for hope and the tools unpacked in this retreat have given me hope!” 

“I recommend this retreat for everyone. Your voice has a soothing quality. It has been a special time. Teresa is a gift with the best humour. I am so blown away by the care you take to really get to know who you are mentoring/talking with. It is so rare these days.”

Sheryl



What Britt thinks about Homeschool Mama Coaching

Britt

 “I knew I had boundary issues, I just wasn’t clear on when, why or how that began, and Teresa really held space to help me explore that. She listens deeply and asks the most poignant, reflective questions. She is definitely a gifted space holder and quite unique in a way I’ve only experienced with a handful of people in my life. It’s been integral to unearth these insights and remember them when I am in the middle of a sort of boundary crisis or a situation that has the potential to cross my boundaries in a very unhealthy way. It anchors me and supports me in responding rather than immediately and unconsciously reacting.” 

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Carla

“Teresa is the real deal! An experienced homeschool Mom who’s been there and can help others get out of overwhelm. Her ability to hold space for silence and difficult feelings makes her “no small talk” approach so effective. I trust her. Her retreat, resources and ask me anything meetings have served me tremendously. I’m so glad she’s in my corner!”

–A 3 year homeschooling mom of an almost 7 year old who has had to scramble to find “indoor shoes” and currently has over 50 library item out – but who has not yet raised butterflies and never wears yoga pants in public.


Another homeschool mama has this to say about the Homeschool Life Coach…

In 2013, I found myself completely, utterly, depleted.

I had returned from my first mental health unit stay (I’m entirely serious) and was surrounded by 7 children, 4-17 who needed me. It was at THAT point that I realized how I desperately needed to care for myself as well as I care for my children. I didn’t know where they began, and I ended. (is that how that expression goes?)

Suffice to say, I had virtually no boundaries and in addition, had a very idealized version in my head of what my homeschool SHOULD look like. Let’s say I fell a bit short. So seven years later, I should have it all together, right? (Spoiler: I don’t!)

So when I was offered a review copy of Teresa Wiedrick’s book I jumped at it.

You see, for me anyway, I’ve found that self-care is something that must be constantly CHOSEN. And if you aren’t careful, complacency can sneak up behind you and kick your legs out from under you. I was not disappointed with this book.

First, the author is HILARIOUS! that might not seem to matter, but it really makes the book flow nicely, prevent boredom, and really feel like you got to know the author. She covers so much in this sizable book. She covers so much from looking into the “Whys” of homeschooling, managing our many diverse emotions, and caring for our bodies, and minds, but also being mindful of things we might otherwise not notice.

The people in our lives who influence us, for example. She offers a plethora of ideas for having fun; alone and with kids alike. She shared the value of community and of being organized.

Overall, I just think this book is fantastic and I think that any homeschool mom could benefit from it.”

Belinda


What Diane thinks about Homeschool Mama Coaching

Diane

“Let’s face it. Homeschooling is hard. And amazing. There is elation and devastation – all in the course of an average day. Teresa comes alongside to help you navigate your relationship with your homeschooling. Not to fix you, but to sufficiently assist you in detaching your identity from the activity so that, in fact, the activity is elevated to new heights. 

Why homeschool coaching? Teresa helps you poke through your assumptions and inner narrative to help you parent and educate gently – not only for your children but for yourself. She matches your pace to co-create sustaining practices for life and the long haul.” 

Holly, homeschool mama of two

Holly

“Teresa has been of tremendous value towards my growth in homeschooling and self-care. She is encouraging and supportive of all that I long to pursue. I’m so grateful that I have her to walk alongside me in this journey.”

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Heather

“How did you know I needed every ounce of insight you have written. It’s as if this book is written just for me…I am loving it.”


What graduated homeschool mamas are saying…

Full disclosure. I am no longer homeschool as my daughter has graduated.  YAY!!!!!! 

I am still interested in what you have to say. And I’d love to continue receiving your emails. 

I apply a lot of the tactics at the schools I work in with the kids.  

Thank you for everything.”

Sharann


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Sonia

“I’m a fan! I ordered your book and am reading slowly–because it is so good and really speaking to me as a very imperfect mom of 4 doing her best:) I just wanted to share that I love your content and I don’t have too much time but when I do, I enjoy your work and what you are putting out. Thanks for all you do and I hope you continue!”

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Michelle

“My house is a mess, I’m worried I’m not doing the best for my son, I’m pretty sure he has some sensory processing issues that I’m trying to navigate on my own. We have no homeschooling friends. And if one more person in my family says the S word! 

 It also doesn’t help that I feel my extended family “quizzes” my son anytime they see him. My husband is also very little help so I think that’s pretty much my overwhelm! But I am grateful to have found you on Instagram! I thank you for all of the education, clarity and information you provide! I am brand new at this and pretty much on my own. I haven’t found a homeschool coop or group to join, unfortunately, so I am very grateful for you!”

Pat Fenner, Breakthrough Homeschool coach and podcaster, and homeschool mama of 5

Pat

“I first want to say that I feel so blessed that our paths have crossed. God is oh-so-good! You. Have. SO. MUCH. MEAT in your book! Girl, it’s like reading/drinking from a firehose!”

“It was like going on a retreat in the comfort of my home! You really make me feel understood and validated.”

Britt, Homeschool Mama to Three Kiddos
the Homeschool Life Coach, Teresa Wiedrick

I help the overwhelmed homeschool mama shed what’s not working so she can show up in her homeschool (& life) authentically, purposefully, and confidently.

–Teresa Wiedrick, your Homeschool Life Coach


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