Advice, Essays, and other bits of wisdom

Give your mother permission to be wrong about you

There are some shitty people in the world and some of them just happened to be mothers. Acknowledging that doesn't make you a bad person. Feeling angry about it doesn't mean you're not evolved....

MYTH: apologies and forgiveness are necessary

MYTH: the only way to move forward, heal, and feel better about your relationship with your mother is for both of you – equally – to want to repair the relationship, for you both – equally – to...

When boundaries become energetic

Question from a reader: I have just finished reading your book, processing all the great things you’ve written, and deciding how to apply those things to my life. I have been married for three years...

A brave middle path

(Listen to the podcast version) I recently read A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum.  It's a semi-autobiographical novel about three generations of Palestinian women living in the U.S. and the (in some...

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“As always, your writing hits the very thing I needed to see / hear / read, just when I need it! Even when, and especially when, people see your mother as “super human” – someone to be admired and followed – we can have different relationships with them. While I don’t comment often, know that I read everything I receive from you – and I get value from it all!” ~ D.D.

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