Marion Rose, PhD talks about what self-compassion is, how it has helped her, common myths about it and how you can cultivate a self-compassion practice. We also talk about what makes parenting hard. What does she mean when she asks: are you hitting yourself with emotional sticks? Prior to becoming a mother she had done a lot of healing. She also had a great deal of experience in working with mothers and infants and in her own words she felt really prepared for motherhood.
It was after her divorce that Marion found herself in the midst of an emotional hardship. It triggered past wounds of separation in her as she had a premature birth and as a baby she was in a NICU.
She also walks us through a simple yet powerful practice she has developed called the Inner Loving Mother and more.
- if you were to strip away all the roles and titles you have, who are you underneath?
- can you respond compassionately when your triggers get pushed?
- what makes parenting hard
- a step by step self-compassion practice that you can do anytime anywhere
About my guest
Marion Rose has a 30 year history in developmental psychology and psychotherapy, with a Ph.D. from Cambridge University.
She has been a University Research Fellow in infant development and has been supporting mothers with pregnancy, birth and parenting since 2001,
Also, she is an Aware Parenting Instructor since 2005. She lives in Australia with her two children; a 16 year old daughter and an 11 year old son.
Resources and links
Marion’s web site, Facebook and Instagram
Here is another episode you might like. Parental Self Sacrifice : Break The Mold and Be Free
Did you enjoy this episode?
Subscribe to Authentic Moments Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Spotify
If you are an iPhone user, here is how you can do that in under 3 min. Watch my quick video tutorial.
Who you can share this episode with?
Authentic Moments is a weekly show. New episode airs every Thursday.
Become a supporter of the show
Join others who have kindly given from their heart for the value they have received from the show. You contribution truly does make a difference.