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An absolutely perfect laugh out loud book club favorite, ranked:

mom burnout

More than just a swear word, the fiction book club novel MOM AF is here to show you the real journey of mom burnout, including how hard it is to be a mother and have a career. MOM AF is here to help you to relate to it in a fun and entertaining way.

This novel about mom burnout is essential because it’s unintentionally full of affirmations to help women have a mindful divorce and teach them how to heal and be happy after a separation. In each chapter the reader will see their mom burnout and nod in agreement, curse in anger, or even chuckle out loud, thinking “I get you and you get me.”

This Goodreads, TikTok, and Instagram recommendation will provide comfort, empathy, and hope for many young women experiencing mom burnout. Perfect for fans of How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids by Jancee Dunn, To Have and to Hold: Motherhood, Marriage, and the Modern Dilemma by Molly Millwood, and Eat, Pray, #FML by Gabrielle Stone.

From the Author

I’m striving to be perfect, but am by no means close to it. After all, society demands so much of us. In today’s world, many of us are on the journey to becoming health-conscious women. We desire to be the best moms, partners, and professionals. But we keep running on caffeine, chaos and cuss words. Tireless doubts overwhelm every decision we make.

See? You are not alone.

There are millions of us. We’re flawed. We’re unpolished. We AIN’T wake up like this.

What you need (and what I offer to you through this book) is honesty and companionship. You don’t want to feel regret and believe me, you are not alone. This is a sister circle in a book for mom; it is about YOU. You’re going to hear the story of a woman you’ve never met, but who might be just like you. My spirit is fueled by you. I’m a badass bitch now, but you’ll soon discover that means being a boss in some areas, just okay in a few more, and downright fucked-up in the rest.

Above all, I hope that this book will help you rediscover yourself again—outside of being a mom. I hope it boosts your confidence and makes you feel great in your own skin. It’s okay to want to reclaim your life. To regain your strength, your sexy, and your sanity. It’s my story, but it was written with you in mind, mama, because I, too, sometimes let other forces take it over. At the end of the day, we’re all just striving for balance while raising these little turds; we have more similarities than differences.

You may not be perfect at the end of this book, but hopefully, I can help you be present.

Happy reading.

– Christine