Remothering is the self-care practice of turning within to access the mother qualities we seek. The formal definition of remothering is…
Navigating life’s twists after spotting patterns. A community-member shares: ‘Simona, you asked about frustrations, here’s mine: I spotted the adaptation, but I’ve already roped myself into a situation’
Ever notice yourself reverting to old ways of doing and being, and then we wonder wtf?!?
Hint: understanding implicit memory is a key
Ever wonder why boundaries can feel hard, even when it seems like we “should” know what to do or say?
If our minds still associate boundaries with selfishness or negativity, merely knowing what to say falls short. In this in-depth conversation, I sit down with Juliane Taylor Shore (Jules) to dig into the neuroscience underlying our ability to set boundaries.
Have you ever found yourself entangled with a difficult relative (mother or others), a challenging co-worker, or a high-conflict neighbor?
Sometimes despite the difficulties, we may have reasons that we choose to maintain the relationship.
Explore these 5 transformative ‘Remothering Moments’ for nurturing self-compassion, healthy boundaries, and self-alignment. My favorite is #95, the remothering moment for staying up late watching RomCom’s.
Learn how to set boundaries and overcome ‘boundaries are selfish’ conditioning in this essential introductory guide
Phrases like “I always”, “I never”, “I must”, are clues that we may be operating from within an unconscious contract that may no longer serve
One of the obstacles to setting a boundary is that, more often than not, we’ll receive pushback from the other person. Which is why setting boundaries from a solid foundation starts with this…
Healthy relational rhythms include REPAIR. For those of us that didn’t learn that when we were growing up, we may have some adaptive patterns that may no longer serve. In this article, we’ll take a look at…
Personal Story: learning boundaries later-in-life. Reflections as an adult daughter & mother of an adult daughter