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July 19, 2022 38 min

In today's episode, we're talking about the importance of motherhood community - or in other words - how to find your PEOPLE. 

In the first segment, you’ll hear from a variety of moms around the world who share what motherhood community looks like to THEM. They’ll talk about who their ‘go-to’ support people are (or were!), and where they found them.

Later in the episode, I’ll highlight some women and groups who are dedicating themselves to building community for mothers - through social media, podcasts like this one, and other online communities.

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FEATURED MAMAS:

Tanya (Australia)
'Tanya Maree Life Coach' website
www.facebook.com/tanyamareelifecoach
instagram.com/tanyamareecoaching

Athens (America)
'The Military Child Chronicles' website
Facebook Page
Instagram Account
LinkedIn: Athens E. Pellegrino

Sarah (England)
The Women's Art Activation System - website
Artist Residency in Motherhood - website (connects mother artists around the world)

Chenelle (America)
'Self Cared For Counseling Services' Facebook page
Self Cared For Counseling - website

Danieylah (America)
'You Are Source' - website (Awakening & Ascension Guide)

Niamh (Australia)
Peanut App - a safe space for women to meet and find support

Helen (from Portugal)
Ali (from Canada)
Brianne (from Sweden)

ACCOUNTS/PODCASTS/ONLINE COMMUNITIES MENTIONED:
@thebirdspapaya
@catandnat
@decoding_couples / decodingcouples.com
@beyondthebump.podcast
@psychedmommy /

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