Motherhood has a special way of bringing us face to face with the darkest pieces of ourselves.
Today on the Postpartum University Podcast, I’m talking with Jessie Kazner about the joy, peace, and healing that can be found when we face these seasons with acceptance and presence over ego and control.
Jessie is a writer, former reporter, actress, and author of Don’t Just Sit There, Do Nothing. She shares her unique experience as a child immigrant from the Soviet Union and how deep hardship has defined her journey through parenting and back home to herself.
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In this episode, we are sharing:
- The connection between childhood trauma and motherhood
- Using ancient wisdom to overcome postpartum depression
- Facing the anxiety of sitting with ourselves
- Acceptance of the present moment, including the mess
- Our children are our greatest teachers
- Postpartum as a divine opportunity to heal
- Listening to your intuition and finding your own way
- Interested in cultivating more peace and presence in your own life? Check out Jessie’s website to read the first two chapters of her book for free!
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