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What happens during a Mother Hunger Intensive®?

Intensives are a unique healing method that I designed 5 years ago to respond to women reaching out to me from all over the world after reading Ready to Heal. Mother Hunger Intensives® are designed for women who seek a trauma-informed, one on one, custom tailored experience. Since 2013, my Intensives have helped women find …

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A short description of Mother Hunger

How can something as necessary and natural as love get twisted into addictive hell? Probing this paradox led me to the creation of Mother Hunger. The term almost speaks for itself. Like cancer, Mother Hunger invisibly eats away your insides, slowly digesting any strength, dignity, or agency you’ve gathered. Hunger pains need relief. Food, sex, …

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Recommended Reading/Listening – NPR

A really great article from NPR’s Morning Edition posted, called “Can You Reshape Your Brain’s Response To Pain?” Have a look an a listen here:
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Accidentally Brave | Maddie Corman’s Inspiring True Story

Jen Acker and Gary Katz facilitated panel discussion following Maddie Corman’s astounding performance in Accidentally Brave.   “Courageous, daring, and unflinchingly honest, ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE is Maddie Corman’s inspiring true story about discovering a new normal when her world falls apart. This new play challenges perceptions, captivates audiences and sparks an emotionally charged discussion that will …

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Mother’s Day

Women raising children are warriors. How do you fight for your child(ren)? How did your mother fight for you? If you were not protected by your mother, this day can feel heartbreaking. Maybe you can find a different way to acknowledge Mother’s Day, a way that feels safe and comforting for you. Be the mother …

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This is why we need a name like Mother Hunger

We need to treat borderline personality disorder for what it really is – a response to trauma BPD is common, affecting 1-4% of Australians. Pablo Varela Patrick Walker, Monash University and Jayashri Kulkarni, Monash University Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a highly stigmatised and misunderstood condition. Australians with BPD face considerable barriers to accessing high-quality …

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