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Hardy Mom

With 7 kids ages 10-32 and multiple health challenges, Jen's got a unique perspective on how to live well and get things done, even when it's tough.


How does that help you? She shares her tips and tricks that she's learned over those years - what really works and what doesn’t - because you  want to focus your energy where it makes the most impact. As a Catholic Mom, she’s learned that a focus on faith is important to living a quality life, and it’s important she shares how to incorporate that into daily living.


Whether you’ve got physical challenges, like migraines, diabetes, fibromyalgia etc. or you’re struggling through anxiety or depression, Jen can help you live well. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word Hardy means: "robust; capable of enduring difficult conditions.” And that's what we are, Hardy Moms. Want more? Go to and check out the latest episodes and more!


Welcome and God Bless!

Mar 10, 2018

Today my amazing guest is Jennifer Bronsnick, of and we're talking about anxiety

Jennifer Bronsnick, MSW, LCSW is passionate about supporting moms to heal from burnout, and families to be resilient. As a mother of three daughters under 9 and a survivor of postpartum depression and anxiety, Jennifer knows exactly how challenging motherhood can be. She also knows that there is hope for all of us, and with accurate information, support and inspiration, mothers and families can thrive.

Jennifer's years of clinical experience as a social worker and her own personal journey gives her the unique ability to guide individuals on their path to health and wellness. You can also learn more about Jennifer, the services she offers, and purchase her books at


On this episode Jennifer shares why she focuses on giving mothers peace of mind. We’re also talking about:

Her own experience with anxiety
Symptoms of anxiety
Breathing techniques
The importance of getting help when you need it


Jennifer's advice for moms with health issues:
Compassion and grace
Be compassionate with yourself. Do what you can, even if it's something little. Let's say you drank an extra cup of water today, give yourself a pat on the back for that. Give yourself grace and for this time and take whatever actions you can for self-care, even small ones.

Jennifer's superpower is:

-Listen to the episode to find out more-

Thank you for listening,


You can find Jennifer:
Instagram @mindfulmommymsw


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Our music is "A New Day," by Scott Holmes