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Warmath Uses Lessons Learned From Being a Parent to Care for ClientsPosted Date: 05/21/2018
By: Kimberly Warmath
Being a mother has taught me humility, patience, responsibility, and the importance of good time management. Motherhood has prepared me to face not only the challenges that pop up each day, but also to plan for the ones I may see in the future. It has also taught me that I can make a difference, one human being at a time. So each morning when I walk through the doors of the Jonesboro Human Development Center, the mother within me enters as well.
We advocate for, care, protect, and educate our clients. We provide them with tools that will help them be successful. When I assist our clients, I try to remember that they’re someone’s child. I ask myself, “If this was my child, how would I help them?” Overall, motherhood has taught me that investing time and effort in our clients reaps great reward for them and me.
I want to make a difference, one person at a time. I know that somewhere there’s a mom who is thankful for our services.