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Kimberly shares about how the current structures do not support the deep longing we have to mother and be mothered in real community, and how concentric circles of mothers supporting mothers in this way creates a pathway of wisdom and support that impacts generations.
The Latest Episodes
In this episode, Kimberly and Melissa discuss Melissa’s several books, including “Girlhood” and “Body Work”. They discuss writing personal experiences and its impact on
In this episode, Kimberly and Gil discuss human anatomy and Gil’s years of dissection projects and publications. Gil offers a wealth of information he has
EP 150: Navigating Difficulties & Maintaining Connection in Partnerships After Children with Kara Hoppe & Stan Tatkin
In this episode, Stan, and Kara discuss their new co-authored book “Baby Bomb: A Relationship Survival Guide for New Parents.” Many couples experience new challenges
In this episode, Kimberly and Kate discuss regenerative cooking, the GAPS (Gut And Psychological/Physiological Syndrome) diet, and healing through building and regenerative foods. Kate
In this episode, Kimberly and Octavia discuss Octavia’s upcoming book “Pause, Rest, Be: Stillness Practices for Courage During Times of Change.” Octavia describes her relationship
In this episode, Kimberly and Bethany discuss “The Lost Daughter” (2021) which follows Leda (Olivia Colman), a middle-aged woman on holiday in Greece as she
In this episode Kimberly and Marisa discuss vocalizing, breathing, and various similarities between singing and somatics. Marisa shares her evolution as a singer and how
In this episode, Kimberly and Kathleen discuss connections between birth, trauma, and breastfeeding. As a researcher and writer on these subjects, Kathleen describes much of
In this episode, Kimberly and Gina discuss Gina’s latest book, a memoir titled Blow Your House Down. Gina shares the emotions she experienced while writing
Love. Power. Play. Wildness.
They’re all key elements of our humanity, collectively and individually. But we don’t talk about them. At least not in ways that matter. But leaving these topics largely in the dark does no one any favors. If we want to build the world we want to live in, we have to be willing to engage with our whole selves — beautifully powerful, paradoxical, and above all, wild.
Sex, Birth, & Trauma is your invitation to join this conversation at a deeper level as we ask the big questions about how we can be more human, and more humane in our relationships, and reconnect with our primal wildness.