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Ep #119 - The Forgotten Transition
Episode 11927th November 2019 • Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz • Amy Taylor-Kabbaz
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I want you to know something, mama...
Matrescence is about more than just being a mother - this is about being a woman.
A woman who knows herself, who listens to herself, and who values herself.
If we deny this understanding, we deny her a chance to learn about herself.
We force her to go back to proving herself again, looking outside of herself for validation and success.

I remember when the beginnings of motherhood completely cracked me open, forcing me to re-evaluate everything in my life. It was the very first time I questioned who I was and what I was doing, and I felt the beginnings of something stirring within.
But, I didn't know what to do what those questions. I didn't understand what was happening to me. I searched for answers, for someone else talking about this, and when I found nothing, I pushed it away.

By pushing that away, I pushed my growth down. I denied what my body was trying to tell me, and what my intuition was calling me to do. I just got back on with life - because that was what I saw we needed to do as women.

Matrescence is a forgotten transition that is so much more than just the transition to becoming a new mama:
it's the transition into a new way of being.
This is why we need to understand and talk about it.
In this episode, I share the bigger WHY - why this is so important, and why this affects you, now.

This is also why I have gathered together two of the world's leading experts on this transition of womanhood together:
Dr Oscar Serrallach and Dr Aurelie Athan, together with myself, will come together on 5th December to call out this forgotten transition and why it's time to change it. And I would love you to be there.
Simply pre-order my new book - Mama Rising - before the 5th, and join us.
This event will leave you both inspired and ignited.

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