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Our societies have come up with very limited possibilities to think about what motherhood is about. We have sold ourselves the idea that safe attachment in our children needs either perfection or martyrdom. That child-rearing is about the child that is being raised, not about the...

I still hear from friends, family and acquaintances how they don’t like psychologists, or how they wouldn't go to therapy. Even when dealing with trauma, relationship conflicts or problems that severely impact their quality of living -such as anxiety or depression-, they say they don’t...

Most adults haven’t been taught how to connect and tolerate complex emotions, particularly the negative ones. They weren’t taught how to do this not necessarily because they had a traumatic or neglectful childhood (although at least a third of the world population had)...