"Mothers do not say how they feel because they simply don't want to appear as if they do not have it altogether," says Domonique Townsend. But who are we holding it in for? Why are we not comfortable being ourselves? The Meltdown Momma Domonique Anne Townsend brilliantly answered these questions in her 5-Star Rated book titled, "Sweetheart! After you have your meltdown, can you make dinner?" Between raising kids, working and keeping up the household, mothers often lose their identity and sometimes get overwhelmed" says Townsend. One of her cleverly written chapters, appropriately entitled "Just Breathe," talks about the stress in trying to find the time to regain a sense of self. She helps readers by supplying them with key ways that they can successfully accomplish the time to.....breathe. This enticing weekend read touches the basis of what a mother feels, but never talks about. The book is filled with funny, true family stories, quick, insightful tips and inspirational quotes leaving the readers with the comfort to know they are not alone in their journey of motherhood. Townsend has accomplished authoring a book that is guaranteed to make the best sellers list of good reads for mothers. Excerpt from book. Behind the smile of a mother lies a story. Each story is unique. There are days where she feels on top of the world and days where she will feel over-whelmed. No matter a mother's background, marital status, race or income, she is a person that is not exempt from the range of emotions that come with motherhood. So pat yourself on the back, for every day you accomplish more. Even when your story seems to overwhelm you, you must know that you are going to make it. Seek comfort in being yourself and know that you are unique. About Meltdown Momma: Founded by Domonique Anne Townsend, Meltdown Momma is created to empower and inspire mothers to be confident in being themselves. The movement helps mothers of all backgrounds to understand that their measure of personal success should only lie in expectations that they set for themselves and not outside factors.