The Cycle of Toxic Mothers: Intergenerational Trauma and the Impact on Daughters of Today
Many of us go through life carrying around unexamined baggage from our childhoods in one way or another—and we sometimes pass it on without even realizing it. So how do we break the cycle?
Working With Daughters of Critical Mothers: Clinical Considerations and Best Practices
With a person-centered approach, holistic techniques, and a trauma-informed lens, we as clinicians can help Daughters of Critical Mothers overcome their trauma. Within the safe space of the relationship, these resilient women own their story, step into the light, and learn to reach their highest potential.
Healing The Mother Wound: 9 Signs and 3 Steps for Recovery
From the moment we enter this world, we look to our mother figure for safety, security, and a sense of belonging. As our primary attachment figure, the mother’s presence plays an immensely significant role in self-development. What happens when the maternal presence is inconsistent, critical, or even toxic?