SEX BIRTH TRAUMA
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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
EP 140: Bullshit, Lying, and the Truth with John V. Petrocelli
In this episode, Kimberly and John discuss his newest book “The Life-Changing Science of Detecting Bullshit” which explains the differences between bullshitting, lying, and deciphering
EP 139: Attachment Theory, Interdependence, and Rewiring from Threat to Love with Dr. Stan Tatkin
In this episode, Kimberly and Stan discuss attachment theory, styles of learned attachment, and ways to maintain healthy relationships. They discuss attachment theory regarding parent-child
EP 138: Cultish – The Language of Fanaticism with Amanda Montell
In this episode, Kimberly and Amanda discuss language, cultism, and community. Amanda explains aspects of her book “Cultish” to describe how religious principles still permeate
EP 137: Mothering Teens and Pre-teens, Intergenerational Healing, and Badass Girls with Eliza Reynolds
In this episode, Kimberly and Eliza discuss intergenerational relationships, mother-daughter healing, and navigating parent-child dynamics during the preteen and teenage years in order to cultivate
EP 136: Spirit Work, Conspiracies, Elderhood and Grief with Stephen Jenkinson, Part Two
In the second of two episodes, Kimberly and Stephen discuss the roles of parents, grandparents and godparents in raising children. They attend to what might
EP 135: Spirit Work, Conspiracies, Elderhood and Grief with Stephen Jenkinson, Part One
In this first of two episodes, Kimberly and Stephen look at what happens when we normalize these uniquely troubled times, as well as how we
EP 134: Discovering Your True Genius, Embracing All Emotions, and The Upper Limit Problem with Gay Hendricks
In this episode, Kimberly and Gay discuss his revolutionary term “upper limit problem,” which describes when a person’s capacity for feeling positive emotions is
EP 133: Lymph & the Nervous System – Massage as Nourishing Touch for Health with Lisa Levitt Gainsley
In this episode, Kimberly and Lisa discuss the lymph system and all its facets. Lisa describes what the lymph system is, what lymph drainage massage
EP 132: Arts, Activism, and Motherhood with Joanna Johnson, the Artist of The Fourth Trimester Journal
Summary In this episode, Kimberly and Joanna discuss Joanna’s upbringing and personal history that ultimately birthed the artwork of The Fourth Trimester Journal. Joanna describes
EP 131: Branding, Authenticity, and Assessing Privilege with Kathleen Shannon
In this episode, Kimberly and Kathleen discuss branding, identity, entrepreneurship, and privilege. Kathleen explains how her branding business came to be and her philosophy for
EP 130: Nurturing with Food for Optimal Health in Pregnancy and Postpartum with Lily Nichols
In this episode, Kimberly and Lily discuss issues with conventional nutritional guidelines for pregnancy, which foods provide needed nutrients during pregnancy, and the importance of
EP 129: Healing Individually and Collectively – Nervous System Awareness in Social Justice Activism with Hala Khouri
In this episode, Kimberly and Hala discuss the nervous system’s role in self-regulation and social justice activism. Healing must happen individually and collectively by understanding
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.