Episode 64: Becoming A Mum Without A Mum; Insights into How to Feel More Resourced in Motherhood


In this episode I explore my experience of becoming a mother without my other mother here.  These insights are not only for mothers who are without their mother (for whatever reason) but for any mother who wants to feel more resourced in motherhood.

As my mentor John Whittington shares

Your inner relationship with your mother is crucial for survival, growth and the capacity to stand in your own authority, as a learner, a partner and as a professional.

And I would add mother to this quote.  The inner relationship with our mothers is fundamental. The nature of this sits at the core of our emotional, psychobiological and physical wellbeing, particularly when we enter motherhood ourselves.

In this episode I share:

* What a child-mother is and the impact for new mothers

* How my training in systemic constellations gave me powerful insights into motherhood

* The dynamic between new mothers and their own mothers

* What we can do as mothers to feel more resourced in motherhood

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