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The restoration of nurturing, protection, and guidance builds hope and rewires the brain. Women report new physical and emotional well-being as their lives improve.


Blame is a normal reaction to the grief that is part of Mother Hunger but it can become a cycle that is hard to exit, and it is not an effective remedy for emotional pain.

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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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Identifying missing maternal guidance is complicated because many adult women feel confused or guilty if they speak about their mothers in unfavorable ways, even in psychotherapy.