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Instead of Resolutions

Many of us struggle during the holiday season. As such, we’re vulnerable to powerful neurological processes that help us manage stress. Over-eating and over-drinking promote a parasympathetic response (hypo-arousal) that makes us hazy and lets us disconnect from unwanted feelings. Or we lean toward deprivation ~ ketosis provides us increased fuel (hyperarousal) for holiday events …

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Cultural Programming

Sometimes, a mother’s way of guiding her daughter is based in fear and rigid rules, which creates a lonely chasm between them. Given the cultural programming, mothering happens in the context of toxic femininity.  
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Family and the Holidays

This is the season where family life is romanticized and many of us feel painfully alone. Sending you hope for the best this time of year can bring, and comfort during the worst.
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Sabotage

Mother Hunger names a corrosive, intolerable, hidden injury that sabotages well-being and craves a quick fix.  
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Inadequate Nurturing

Inadequate maternal nurturing, protection or guidance leaves a hidden heartbreak where human connection should have been.
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Brain Food

Beauty is brain food. Simplicity can be pretty and heals a wounded soul.
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