Welcome to this episode of the Motherkind podcast. My guest this week says that motherhood is a journey that has the power to help us evolve and transform. If you are a regular listener of this podcast then I know that will resonate with you.

Shelly Robinson is the founder of Raising Yourself. She was also suggested by tons of you when I asked who you wanted me to have on the podcast.

Shelly is a holistic family wellness coach, a workshop facilitator, and a conscious parenting advocate. She is on a mission to teach busy mid-life mothers how to heal unhelpful patterns and develop strong emotional health that they can pass on to their children.

This is something that we talk about every week on this podcast. I hope you are going to love this episode.

We chat about:

Where does our deep well of anger come from?

How to create a home where everyone’s voice is safe

2 truths and a lie

The work of raising ourselves

Disrupting generational patterns

As always, we continue the conversation over on Instagram, so come and join us there.

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Website - LINK

Instagram - LINK

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About Shelly Robinson

Shelly Robinson is a certified holistic family wellness coach, cycle-breaker, conscious parenting educator, and the creator of Raising Yourself. Her passion in life is to empower moms to turn their midlife crisis into midlife magic by teaching them how to reparent themselves, disrupt generational patterns, and take radically good care of their needs.

When she's not connecting with her online community or geeking out on the latest neuroscience of cycle-breaking, she's likely making a mess in the kitchen with her two kids, trying to find her way out from under a pile of laundry, or decompressing with a good mystery in bed.

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