Covid-19 & Maternal Mental Health

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.

Covid-19 is threatening every fiber of maternal mental health.

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.

If you’d like fresh information about Mother Hunger, the award-winning recovery resource In The Rooms recently hosted me for a Mother Hunger discussion.

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.