Don't Lose Your Sexual Self to Motherhood, Says 'Naked Mom' Brooke Burke

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My purpose here isn't to suggest that I have all the answers—far from it. But I have had plenty of trial and error, under circumstances both ordinary and extraordinary. I hope that this book makes people laugh, because I certainly laugh at myself even in my most stressful situations. You have to keep dancing even when life seems to be getting the best of you.

And when I'm really lost, or frustrated, when I'm sick, or deflated, or feeling small and lonely, my own mom is still the one I run to. Her love fortifies me, and I strive to build that kind of bond now with my four children, so they might someday feel as blessed as I do. Mom is my ultimate superhero, the woman who made me want to be a mother, whose gift of unconditional love gave me the faith and courage to raise a family of my own.

Naked Mom

If there is one gift I could wrap up prettily and hand to every woman on the planet, it would have to be confidence. Much as I would like to, I know I can't simply give you that. But maybe, by giving you my truth, you'll be able to find your own.

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