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Feel Like Everyone Forgets Mother's Day Is for Mothers?
Date:5/1/2009

How to Put Yourself First When It Feels Like You Are Still Doing Only for Others

SEYMOUR, Tenn., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Mother's Day is one time a year for families to honor their mothers for all the hard work and dedication they provide. Mothers seem to put their children and family first everyday of the year, many times over themselves, and holidays like Mother's Day are often no exception. The day designed to celebrate a mother's love and support can become yet another time she's forced to clean the house, prepare a big Sunday lunch or dinner for the in-laws, and get her children dressed in their best for visitors.

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Jacqueline Dawes, founder and owner of Brookhaven Retreat, a multidisciplinary treatment facility for women, say that mothers must adapt their traditions to focus on their needs, and find the time to nurture themselves.

"If a woman sets in place healthy, adaptive strategies and goals that create an environment in which she is in a happy state of being, she can then further nurture her family, and happily," said Dawes. "Mother's Day is the one day each year women must put themselves first."

According to Dawes, finding fulfillment in life is dependent on a woman knowing who she is as a person, mother, friend, and daughter. Most women's self-concept is shaped by important relationships while growing up - which may be affirming or hurtful. At Brookhaven Retreat, women can transform their lives and their self-concept.

Dawes founded Brookhaven Retreat after the sad loss of her 18-year-old daughter. Having struggled with the resulting grief and a subsequent divorce from her husband of 25 years, Dawes relocated to east Tennessee with her son. After fully recovering from the emotional breakage she had suf
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