Finding Peace From the Mother Wound with Obio Jones
Your first example of how to connect, love, and nurture is provided by your parents. But what happens if your family doesn't fit the idyllic TV show definition of a family? In this episode, I speak with Obio Jones. Obio is an influencer, coach + LGBTQ advocate. His success in helping people is directly linked to not feeling loved or supported by the first woman in his life: his mother. Looking back, he sees that she wasn't the mother he wanted, but she WAS the mother he got.
I invite you to join our conversation as Obio and I discuss:
- Reaffirming Language
- Feeling Unworthy
- Mother Wound
- Defensive Language
- Judging Others
- Family Dynamics
- Letting Go
Share how YOU overcame a situation
You're Enough: Letting go the Pressure to be Perfect by Bianca Hughes, LPC
Black Mothers/Black Sons: A Critical Examination of the Social Science Literature
Words have power. The importance of positive adoption language.
Negative Parents Have More Influence On A Child Than Positive Parents
What Causes Perfectionism? The Role of Childhood Trauma
How We Judge Others Is How We Judge Ourselves
Where can you find Obio Jones?
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