For sometime now, I feel like I’ve been the Town Crier.

I’ve gone into the trenches of Motherhood, and heard what women are saying.

I’ve read their stories, I’ve shared my own.

I’ve held the space as they cried the minute they introduced themself.

I’ve gathered thousands of them together to explore what we really need.

I know what’s happening to women as they try to navigate motherhood and life… and it’s time I cried out.

We need a better way.

And matrescence is the map to navigate us there.

We are meant to have stories of becoming as guideposts on our mothering journey.

We’re meant to be inspired and comforted by the stories of other women’s lives and experience.

We’re meant to tell the truth about the emotional cost of mothering and who bears it... and what we can do about it.


Here are some of those stories, both my own and others, to ignite the change we all crave.

#221 – Perceptive Parenting with Elena Brower

Our children are a vital source of creativity and future vision. And a big part of our parenting involves reconnecting to yourself so you can connect to them differently, and be the parent you’ve always dreamed of being. Today’s guest is by far one of the most inspiring women I have the privilege of knowing. She…


#220 – Who Does She Think She Is? with Pamela Tanner Boll

Day in, day out I hear stories from mothers all over the world about just how difficult they find it to balance their own needs, desires, creative expressions, dreams with the reality of motherhood. If you’ve been listening to this podcast and my work for a while, this is of no surprise to you. It…




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