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Consistently mothering yourself eventually allows you to release the need to be small or play small in life. When we mother the child within ourselves, we are cultivating an inner […]
Throughout history we have been given the message that an acceptable woman is a “small” woman. In response, we’ve been trying to squeeze ourselves into a smaller and smaller forms […]
Years ago, I came across an incredible book that was published in 1980 called “Among Women” by Louise Bernikow. It is filled with insightful and inspiring essays about women, exploring […]
Self-care can be very challenging for women. So many of us have watched our mothers be depleted and deprived on many levels. Giving to ourselves can cause guilt or shame. […]
We are living in times of disassociation. It’s no wonder why so many women feel shame and self-hate towards their bodies. Every institution in some form advocates flight from the […]
Dear Readers, Below is the Spanish version of my article in Elephant Journal “Grieving the Imperfect, Finding the Unconditional: The Importance of the Inner Mother for Women” which is based on my […]
Developmentally, our relationship with our mother serves as a template for our relationship with ourselves. As female children we absorbed information about how she felt about herself, about us as […]
Many of us are craving the ability to be fully authentic, to be real, to be seen and loved as who we truly are. We are collectively longing to have […]
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