I recently had the opportunity to discuss aspirational shame in mothers with Katy and Valerie of “The Motherhood Tribe” podcast. Aspirational shame is a topic I’ve written about for many years and refers to the feelings of guilt or unworthiness that some women experience when they have desires or ambitions outside of their home and family life.
I recently got to speak with Cynthia and Susan of the “At Last She Said It” podcast about the topic of authority as it relates to receiving revelation for our lives. In our discussion, we talk about what to do when personal authority and general authority seem to conflict, how to differentiate while still remaining part of the Church community, and how to claim stewardship for our own lives.
I was recently interviewed therapist and host Geoff Steurer on the topic of why idealizing motherhood can be harmful to women’s mental and emotional health. Specifically, we discuss:Read more
Many women feel chronically overwhelmed trying to juggle family, work, and household responsibilities. Even when partners both work full-time outside of the home, women are still doing the majority of childcare and household chores. It’s time to require more partnership at home.
What is a partnership marriage? How is it different than a “traditional” marriage? What are the benefits to women, men, and children? And most importantly, how do you develop a marriage where both partners share parenting and household responsibilities? I joined host Lindsay Aerts on KSL Newsradio’s The Mom Show to talk about how to create a partnership marriage and family.
Back in October, Allyson and Tiffany of “The Sisterhood Podcast” discussed my TEDx Ogden Talk entitled “The Costs of Idealizing Motherhood”on their show. Later, they were kind enough to have me on an episode to tell more about what inspired my talk.
Motherhood is a beautiful experience, but it can come with a lot of misconceptions. Here are 5 myths about motherhood that might be bringing you down.
Lindsey Aerts and I discuss the conflict feelings of motherhood and what it means to love it and sometimes hate it!
Richard Ostler and I discuss how to amplify women’s voices in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and also talk about ways to navigate a faith crisis in a marriage.
I recently was interviewed by Lindsey Aerts (host of KSL’s “The Mom Show”) and was asked to share my thoughts concerning her internal struggle of whether or not she should work or be a stay-at-home mom.
cently had the chance to share my thoughts with Cherie Burton on her podcast “Women Seeking Wholeness.” We discussed the importance of women asserting their voices in the sphere of religion.