Author, educator, and licensed marriage and family therapist, Jennifer Strube spent four decades assisting other people’s children before braving to have her own. Her most recent book Momlandia: An Imperfect Guide to Organic Mothering grew out of a year-long text message rant with her best girlfriend as they embarked into motherhood together. Her work champions all the postpartum feels—addressing topics of mom shame, mom-paring, and embracing one’s self as a good enough mother. When not soaking in the healing power of nature, she is an educational therapist at a private school in Santa Barbara, CA.
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- The myth of the perfect mom (and why this unicorn keeps haunting us)
- Mom shame
- Tech Wise Littles
- Where’s the support for after our milestones?
- Facing the Lion, Being the Lion by Mark Nepo
- Organic mothering
- Why “all the mom feels” are okay
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