Episode 96: How To Feel Less Guilty and More Empowered As A Working Mum
Ever felt guilty as a working mum?
Like you’re somehow failing?
Feel like you’re not living up to the idea in your mind of the kind of mother you ought to be?
Then my latest podcast episode is for you.
My guest is Motherhood Studies Sociologist and mother Dr Sophie Brock from Australia.
Sophie provides an analysis of Motherhood in our culture, exploring the ways individual experiences of mothers are shaped by broader social constructs.
And what she has to share is powerful.
Sophie gives an important perspective on motherhood in our modern world and you’re going to want to hear it.
Especially what she’s got to say on the career and caring conundrum for working mothers.
In this conversation, we dive in and challenge the assumptions we face as women and mothers.
I know that listening to this conversation will help you to feel less guilty and more empowered – so you’re not going to want to miss what Dr Sophie has to share.
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