mom shaming

Some critics said her daughter should have gotten a checkup earlier, and you know where this is going.
The singer exposed the sexist double standard of mom shaming.
The actress told us how she's empowering her daughters and raising 'strong ladies.'
Panelists at the HuffPost Parents and Beech-Nut event on Mom-Shaming on May 4, 2017 in New York City discuss how moms frequently bad-mouth themselves for their mistakes and how important it is to unlearn this behavior. Left to right: HuffPost Parents Editorial Director Emily McCombs, Dr. Michele Borba, and bloggers Adanna Dill, Allison Cooper and Jenny Ingram.
HuffPost Parents hosted a live panel discussion on mom-shaming, in partnership with Beech-Nut.
“I’m sorry. I judged you when I saw you walk in with your kids ... and I just, I just had to apologize.” I walked into a
Sometimes in parenthood, you just can’t win.
Motherhood is meant to be a wonderful time in a woman's life but, all too often, it comes filled with shame, guilt and frustration.
Stop shaming and do something that matters... like voting.
It’s easy to make judgements when you are not really in the situation.
I'm not saying please. Just stop.
My greatest passion in life is to be the best mom possible. Beyond that, my passion is being an entrepreneur who empowers others mothers to gain clarity in their lives, enabling them to live it to the fullest.