How to build your village of support
Motherhood is one of those times when having a village to support you is imperative!
Many new mothers go into motherhood thinking they have a supportive village around them, only to find out that in fact, they are alone. Which is why many new mothers report feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Being prepared is key and making intentions to build your village as soon as you can see you thriving through motherhood (not just surviving). You can find out more about a survey I conducted around support for newborn mothers here.
In this episode, I sit down and talk with Julia Jones from Newborn Mothers, a mentor and friend of mine and we discuss how you can create your village of support!
Julia Jones is a wealth of knowledge with over 10 years of experience supporting newborn mothers and training Postpartum Doulas.
- We discuss how you can start building your village of support
- The support a newborn mother needs
- The support and village we used to have as well as in different cultures
- Why it’s important you have a village to support you
More on Julia!
I trained with Julia last year in the Collective and I found it to be one of the most enriching and rewarding forms of training I have ever participated in.
I adore Jula’s gentle teaching and her passion for making a positive change for women all around the world.
TUNE INTO OUR INTERVIEW HERE
1) Why do mothers need a village?
2) What does that look like in this day and age?
3) Could you share your top tips for building a village?
Julia’s Gift to you!
Free Village Building Guide
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