Impatience in Mothering


I’m tackling a difficult subject today, when embraced with the heart: impatience in mothering. When you’re a mom, you’re bound to experience impatience at some point, to some extent or another. For those of you

Impatience in Mothering2016-04-20T01:36:49+00:00

The Tendency to Overgive


Often times this really stems from our own mothering wounds. Often when we have not had our own mothering needs met… Think about it—if you are a child and you have a parent that is

The Tendency to Overgive2016-04-20T01:09:35+00:00

The Mom Deficit


This week in the Feminine & Motherhood Empowerment Lounge we are talking about identifying our wounds in mothering and this is something, unfortunately, that does not get talked a lot about in our society. So,

The Mom Deficit2016-04-20T01:03:41+00:00

The Inner Marriage


Carl Jung, founder of analytical psychology, talked about the Inner Marriage as a way of individuating, or becoming your own, full, whole self. Individuating refers to becoming an individual separate from entities like your parents

The Inner Marriage2016-04-03T05:07:43+00:00

The Importance of the Masculine Principle


Often times I see women struggling with the action part of their business. Don’t get me wrong: I don’t think that women are in essence slackers or anything such. I think women have often been

The Importance of the Masculine Principle2019-11-13T21:37:39+00:00

Action from the Feminine


What do I mean about taking action from the feminine? The thing is, many women (and men, I acknowledge—I simply focus on women) are disempowered because they are really good at taking action (the masculine

Action from the Feminine2019-11-12T23:19:51+00:00