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Healing the Mother Wound means realizing it’s okay to not be liked. While transformation is hard, here’s why it is essential for women to endure discomfort.
As humans, we have two primary needs; the need for attachment and the need for authenticity, according to physician and author, Gabor Maté. In dysfunctional families, a child will typically […]
Are you considering going no contact with your mother? Explore what leads to estrangement and what happens in the aftermath, from freedom to self-trust.
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 […]
We live in a culture that either idealizes mothers or undermines them. Through this distorted cultural lens that there’s not much space for mothers to be real human beings, with […]
“Why am I STILL healing this issue??!!!” “I thought I was done with this!” “Why aren’t I healed yet?” “Here it is again! Why can’t I just get over […]
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. […]
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