In 2018 my husband and I were diagnosed with male-factor infertility and I knew that my life would be forever changed. I also knew that there must be other families, other mamas, that were somewhere out there going through the same thing. I only wish that I had discovered PSI during that time. I love that PSI is able to connect mothers in their time of need and help us all feel a little less alone.
I was born and raised in Georgia and never left! I live with my husband and two-year-old son, who quickly showed me the true definition of high needs. I am a mental health advocate and am passionate about working with mothers, children and families.
I hold a B.S in Sociology, a M.Ed., and an Ed.S. degree, all obtained from the University of West Georgia.