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Hello and WELCOME to the MoM HAPPINESS challenge. We are giving YOU a 21 day happiness challenge for FREE, it’s on now but you can join us at anytime!

Our second daily challenge is: REVIEWING YOUR BEHAVIOUR

To view Day 1 click here.

We’ve teamed up with speaker, author and parenting expert, Debbie Rossi, to bring you MoM’s happiness challenge.

Remember our happiness challenge is for ALL women, so if you’re a mum, grandma, mum-to-be or not our daily challenge has something for you!

So here is Day 2: REVIEWING YOUR BEHAVIOUR

How did you go? Will you take the rest of the challenge with us? SHARE your thoughts in the comments below!

See Day 1 Challenge here

  • Thanks for sharing this.

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  • That’s interesting! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • Thank you for the honest reminder

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  • A slightly scary reminder of how much our children copy what we do as much as what we say

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  • Thank you very much for another great tip. My bub is 1 year old and I’m wondering if/ how much impact kids, in our mums group, have on our bubs.

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  • looking really good and great

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  • This is also one of the challenges of separation. Those moments when your children do something or say something & all you see is your ex! Haha! At least in my case he is a pretty good role model, for some it could be very hard.

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  • argh this is so true Debbie, many times I hear my 8 year old say something back to me which I have said to her in the past and it sounds horrible to hear her say the same words in the same way – I am terrible at this particular behaviour and really do need to review my actions on this one :(

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  • Managing yourself is so important to how you feel.

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  • oh here the vid is lol! thanks

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  • loving this

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  • Not only is this great advice, I really like the way you keep them short and to the point so I can watch uninterrupted and take it in (rather than watching a long segment) Thank you!

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  • It’s very confronting when you hear your child act in a particular way and then you realise that is you. Yes as role models we have to be aware at all times, what we do and what we want to be seen

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  • l really love reading these it s so greet

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  • What a reminder – I really have become my mother! Children do copy everything, and I am very proud of my brood.

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