It’s been a while since my last note to you. Somehow, we have made it to February. Writing about mothers and mothering during a global health crisis brings unimaginable challenges and opportunities for education.
Recently, the New York Times article How Society Has Turned Its Back on Mothers sums it up well.
Rebecca Wong and I spoke about chronic loneliness for her Connectfulness podcast. Since the loneliness embedded in Covid-19 is impacting all of us, you might find this episode helpful.
My new book, Mother Hunger arrives July 20th, and is available for pre-sale on Amazon. While it’s written for adult daughters, the concepts apply to anyone healing insecure attachment ~ whether avoidant, anxious, or disorganized ~ there is something in this book for you.