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Mommy burnout is real, psychologists suggest a ‘momcation’

With summer almost over, there is still time for moms to take a solo gateway, reports KTUV.

KUTV in Oakland, Calif., reports it’s called a “momcation,” a vacation for moms that consists of rest and relaxation.

Psychologists suggest mom take a vacation without their children or spouse.

A recent study from welch’s grape juice revealed moms work an average of 98 hours a week. The equivalent of having two full-time jobs and working overtime.

According to KUTV, health experts said self-care for moms isn’t optional and is an important part of being a good mother.

A two-day vacay can make a big difference. Alone time is needed to feel refreshed, KUTV reported.

The report shows that momcations can improve a woman’s relationship with her spouse and teaches kids about balance in family roles.

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