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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Will discover that. She gets there hisself every single time if you keep allowing her to process she'll eventually say things like but actually when on the back of that now i realize it was always going to be i k- and i just had to trust myself or she finds ryan on says around what she wants to do about that question. She's being struggling with. Should i get that to work. What should i do about this relationship. What should i tell my boss. How can i talk to my mother-in-law better she finds it has self because we have created a world where unusual experience of each other as women is bullying judgment token over the top of each other comparing each other. Especially if you have had an experience in your teenage years of not fitting in of being rejected any of these things then of course even when you are invited into a place to talk your nervous system. Your body's memory will stop. You can talk about that. I can't be really happy. Roar can't take up space. There is something so so healing about finding a place where you can talk when no one is trying to fix it for you when no one is telling you to hurry up and move on and hashtag bless your life place where you can realize that women. He'll each other simply by sitting together. That's what happens when we get the women together. Whether it's online all post covered back in person again. There is a healing that happens when we come together with no agenda and we finally feel like we can take.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

09:01 min | 10 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Welcome to the happy movement podcast. I'm amy topic as monir of three or and creator of memorizing this podcast dedicated to conversations with the world's leading experts on how we can support and value motherhood differently and mama's themselves dedicated to changing their own definition of motherhood all through the lens of the world changing understanding all presence. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being a part of the movement. Welcome back mama's. I've been teaching and sharing gains circles of women for nearly a decade. now. I don't want to reflect on something i have seen today. If she will so often we have fear of showing up in front of friends in front of other women wings. We carry really date that we may not even recognize. We have at the time in a way. We're afraid of each other. And this is because i've always been taught to compete the world. We live tells us that it's dog. Eight dog one against another. We have to climb the ladder. Compat- compare judge.

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

10:00 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Journey on that connection to sell it has been allowed to has dave pinned lack. I never thought i would ever experience sorry yet. There's just so much. Three great hopeful. Wow that's such a beautiful thing to add into because it's yet again another story retail sales about what mother could looks like and share with us. What you do now with mamas and how this has Tending to more than just your own spiritual exploration and your own understanding of who you are as a mother and as a woman that now this is really transforming into creating this spice for conversation with pregnant women and new mama's about the uncertainty they feel about. Am i doing this. A good m. I doing a good job. Am i able to do this. Am i doing it well enough. How you sharing this with others now. Third i definitely started in in regards to my mama writhing metron since journey. It definitely was for me. As you mentioned in the beginning on the fast runs it wasn't a facilitator cool. When i was full months price pado again. You reached out to us. Ole end mentioned that you were doing. I think it was called accelerated on which we would get to work with you one on one and then continue on to the facilitator coal to end. I had that moment again. I just i need to. Jv like dr lori. Why because i didn't mention both full. But i've been Nine news now. And when i felt pregnant because of my Finery these now. I didn't know if i wanted courage. I was just kind of looking at this is. I'll just do without in the time collins. And say what happens then experiencing what i had an how just the impact that metric Memorizing have had on me passively our that there is no way. I can no onna be feeling i have been to hostile zone and begin to share this with other women and mothers and sir i said it'd be guest to that one on one and continuing the memorizing program which i will continue for as long as you do it and yeah. I came back to my coaching. Knowing very clear that now it would be focusing on mothers and whether they were expecting moments or new moms. I knew that fit either of these beautiful women. I had something very important to share with them. It was much they see us say. I took very long maternity leave. I think about seventeen months price pod. When i felt ready to kind of comeback out in the yeah. And since then i've just been talking about it. Three my instagram page and my focus has been building a really strong community just to nurture those relationships that was my number one priority. So that's what. I've been really focused on and so from there. I'm i'm starting to welcoming these beautiful women that i hold space for a one one capacity the knowledge of May what it has done. And of course my experience as a mava the way in which i hold spice for them now is next level latch. I truly understand. I truly save in hidden and feel what it is. They're sharing with me and say it has made may as courage just so much more potent. So i really recognized. My strength is in one on one really intimate settings a couple of months ago. I decided to run an impasse in wet shop. He in gambia. Where i live. I kept saying. I want it to be intimate. And that's exactly what i got. I got three beautiful light. Mob is so they were expecting an one. Second time momma hurry has secondly to one was around six months at the torn and it was so beautiful just to show up and i with them metro since and some other things. I decided to add eaten and really allowed them to lead the way. Yes it was such a beautiful experience sir. From what i decided to do was to open up like a free online village cold thriving price pot him and we now placed nine t remain in there that i just had swiss less than two months ago and i just feel very honored to facilitate the face. Sorry it's very nearly where. Oh finding out fate in that again. It's the connection and the relationships. That i really wanna match in there Which is just an on us. Sorry i will be turning the workshop into marvin online intimate experience and also in the process of using the memorizing the facilitator training in the memorizing formula turning that into my own kind of intimate program just a month in general terry sorry disturbed match that you can do release its allowing yourself to i guess try different things than say what feels really good on fear and allow it to be as long as the process as it needs to yes leg. I think a huge difference. I have noticed in my business now from book. Full becoming a mother is i just. I'm not pushing this lack. I am in it for the long run answer. It's notes win. Is this going to take off obey successful or whatever it is you wanna kinda say. It's that is inevitable. it's already happening. You know that faith. And that trust in. I am doing exactly what i need to be doing. Just go to bully the strength. That's what i'm finding. Is the most powerful an impactful kind of way of i guess really Nurturing my business now and again it thanks to you being my mentor. Biggest inspiration especially how you take toss to really owner the feminine. That's what it is. It's this masculine of okay. I have to create this. And then i have to send aid base many paper when this much money in a refreshing and the pressure again is just a huge way. Spain lifted sorry and it is the greatest on it to say. You sharing this in the why you're sharing it and as you speak about it it always comes back to the experience of metron Obviously in even just the way that she spiked combat. How you'll honoring the timing of your business being led to where you need to guard just honoring in sawyer inspired to hold spice to be really clear on what you want this to be intimate and community based you know these are the same principles. We get to choose for the way we experienced motherhood as well. That's why you. And i both believe with our whole body that if the world understood metron sense it would be a different world because within this framework within this understanding we get to change the way we show up in molin just motherhood but everything in business in life in our relationships within ourselves. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your story today. As i said i have spoken about two on so many different stages in in so many different places because it is bain one of the greatest honors to see. How an understanding of this can not only take you from a place of. I don't know if motherhood is for me to then experienced such challenges within those first months of motherhood like you did and now being a place of such certainty to whole space for other women my goodness it is such an honor. Thank you so much beautiful. Thank kyrie.

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Would be amazing because what you have when you have a mama who hasn't been able to really give herself the support in space and compassion to accept the changes that are happening in her life. That's when you have mama's that a sick very tap and yelling and angry and that's not what we want. We don't want that culture needs to change around motherhood. I felt like for so many years. When i explained what i am passionate about. I would lose people because they think i was woo or i was just a mommy blogger or a life coach that this gives us a framework and a conversation around. This doesn't my promise to you. Is that i'm going to keep diving in and finding the best people to interview an write about and talk to and bring you everything i can and the really wanna make is clear. This acceptance of motherhood is not something we can do by the time they won or anticipating that our life will go back to what it used to be once they sleep through the night or once say a toilet trying to once. I finally go to school. Or as some of his he assigned a once. They finally leave higher. It doesn't change. This is us which talking about and this is a beautiful space that has been given to throughout children to redefine who we are. That's what i really think that way here..

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"I think if profound to share with all of you. This simple idea has revolutionized the way that i am approaching all of this and is going to be the basis of everything from my programs. My books which is what. I'm really excited to share with each night. There is a new area but a very ancient area of study. That is being reborn at the moment. That is the study of the transition from a woman to a mother and the anthropological term. This is that is given to. This transition is mature. Essence now they geic journalists classical studies at university person inside me loves this stuff but let me break down and explain what this means. It is likened to adolescence. So adolescence is the transition from child to adult. It is a very natural thing that we all go through. That does not mean that it's easy or consistent h of us we all go through our own version of adolescence. Adolescence changes every single part of year. Your brain your hormones your body you'll sense of self your place in the world how people view how you view the world what you want bay who you think you are your relationships what you like what you don't like all of it it changes all of it and depending on the support they people around you have much of spoken to and held through this transition from child to adult really depends on how smooth is fear now anthropology traditionally there was also a transition from a woman to a mother that was just the same code matrouh seasons something once again the takes years this is the thing about mama hood we don't get to the first birthday ago woo did that acta myself now it's not the way it works in fact my oldest tends eleven in november can't believe it and i still am going through this i think the school is throw even more chaos in trail worlds but this idea of matrouh since is similar to adolescents in the sense of it changes everything it changes out brain our body our hormones a sense of self a place in the world do i people view us who i we view the world what we wanna do with our lives how we feel about relationships how we feel about us so all of it and lack adolescence takes many years to find yourself and go through that transition and like adolescence we need to have the support the communication around this they just the words and the understanding so all of us can suddenly set all k- i shouldn't be expected to return to work twelve months after maternity leave and be exactly who i used to be. I shouldn't expect that my relationships and my body and my passion is the same as it used to be. It's not a transitioned through that part of my life. And i'm entering the next one. You have no idea how many times i've actually cried as i've been raiding this research Talking about it. I was at a party on the weekend. In this poor group of women got stuck with me talking about it and my husband diverted said oh i was talking about mature since again. It's this adjust. Wish we knew this. It just would make such a difference because this isn't something that we will just get ova when our kids tend to or even when nice dots go if you've got a couple of kids like may you know on still figuring this out because i'm now a mother of three and the youngest is on before so i'm still redefining who i am. And when we accept that suggests coming to this point until we acknowledge that we have completely transitioned into someone new and then we literally sit down and say okay. So what does that mean for may as a career woman but does that mean for me as a sensual and sexual woman. What does that mean for me as daughter was made for me as a sister. Without looking at all of this we flounder. We keep thinking that we are who we used to be like the square peg in round hole. We keep thinking we who used today and if we giant except on a date level that we have changed and we won't be the same and that that is actually an opportunity to completely redefine who we are to literally sit down with the big butcher's paper and pen and say a came. So who am i if i changed if i've left that behind. Who am i going to become. What type of mother partner women do i want to say. It's life changing so a promise. You that happy mama. We'll be bringing you as much as i can find about this for as long as i can do this. This is what i'm he talked to us all about. What would happen if we could say to women. This is beautiful. You transitioning completely into a new version of yourself. It's gonna take maybe seven years to figure out what this means. Maybe more if you keep having babies but this is a k. at work you're not going to be shown who you are. You're not sure on whether you want to be doing that anymore. That cy k. And if we accepted and somehow feel excited by it about who we're becoming and really honest like it's a privilege to go through this to transition into the next stage of bain woman but when we don't accept that and we don't put on those moments into glasses and we join acknowledged that right now where i am. Everything is changing and everything has to be viewed through this then we really struggled and we keep thinking. Why is he still so hard. So i think there is a beautiful opportunity here for us to principals incite. Okay all right. So of changed. And i can't be who i was but maybe i could be even better and maybe this is an opportunity but we have to do that in between all the other things that momma who asks us right. That's what makes it so had is that we're not only told that we have to get back to our normal life as quickly as possible. Our bodies have to go back to what they used to be our friendships. Our relationships are six. Live al korea. All of it needs to go back to who it used to be. Congratulations you had your baby. Now go back to who we know you today the way also then bombarded with messages about how we should be as a mother. I just think if we could change this it would be phenomenal. And then the trickle down effect to our children.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

06:55 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"The transition of woman to a mother and all that happens in our lives and how we can best move through this with grace with gratitude without yelling without burning out without getting adrenal fatigue without relationships falling apart. Because let's be honest. That's what seems to happen. The so many of us at the moment from we try and do all that is required of us is being a few really big light bulb moments. Really big aha moment. Says i would say about some. I think missing paces. In what i've been trying to understand for the last ten years about what it means to be a mama and what it means for me myself. Of course fiddle sipho everybody and how we might be able to do better however might be able to support each other and ourselves to be in this current time of our life which is motherhood but do it with so much more as an acceptance. I have realized. I think i'd nine it for a while. But in the process of this study and this research in his writing of this new book. I have realized more and more. Just how little i accepted. Motherhood what it meant for me for probably six years the first six years of motherhood what i mean by that is that looking back. I can say that. I thought i would put motherhood into a bit of a compartment in my life but i hear i would still be the old amy at work at still the old enemy in my marriage. I'd still be the irony in my dreams and ambitions. in fact i remember the very fist blog. I started not long after my first child was born nine ten years ago. Now was the tagline. Was it was something like you. Don't have to put yourself on. Hold while raising your family. That was my badge. And i really believed an i think in hindsight hung onto tight to this idea that i am still me that i am still who i thought i was. And i didn't allow myself any space or time or compassion to really reflect on what motherhood now meant and so what happens when we joined accept this when we don't truly except that evade thing has changed. That's when we get overwhelmed. That's when we get angry. That's way let those stories in our head run wild. That's when we don't saranda and be in the moment now. This doesn't mean we give up on our dreams. No this doesn't mean that we don't still pursue the lifeway want and do all the things we want to do. It just means that we look at life through what i'm calling at the moment mama tinted glasses so united saying you look at the world through rose tinted glasses. I think we have to understand that for a good chunk of our lives. It's clearly this is a good chunk of hell lives. We have to look at everything through mama tuned into glasses and all my god. That's hard isn't it. I think that there is a lack of acknowledgment of the grief. And the change that we go through we do need to say goodbye to it and then we start again and so in all transitions in all cultures up until our very masculine very outward based focused world and culture that we live in all of these transitions. Were acknowledged celebrated. They was a process of acknowledging. That who you were has gone now but who you a-coming is so much better. And they were these initiations in ceremonies and handing down of knowledge is and handing over of wisdom and it was such a beautiful prices that we have wiped out completely wiped out from our lives as women right now and i truly believe looking back at the last ten years. It was that struggle that constant struggle to figure out. I don't know what this means for me. I joined nowhere. I start and they finish. I don't know how to do all of this. That's what it was for me so much. When we just put these mama tinted glasses on i and we realized that that is now how we view the world and we accept that then we value and redefine who we are. And then you don't feel like you're putting yourself on hold as i can tell you that putting yourself on hold. Is they finish hall. Ground for resentment it can go two ways content. We are the feel resentment and anger and like we just have lost ourselves or we go the other way and sometimes you have a bit of both. I've had a bit advice. You go the other way and try and overcompensate by trying to feel so much space with things that you feel valuable because you can't just say the mother. So i see all the time with all the mummies of coach diabetes hundreds and hundreds of members that i've connected with this two reactions to this sense of loss. We either drowning it. Or we completely overcompensate by starting a business in volunteering for the pta t. a. and taking that promotion at work and banking a weekend for the neighbor down the road and having all this pressure on ourselves because we have to overcompensate for that loss but if we just acknowledged it truly if we just acknowledged it gave ourselves the permission the care and the space to say okay. Whoa what is this. Main may not truly think it would be different a case. I have something. Well.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Welcome to the happy mama movement. Podcast i'm amy metallica. Baz monorail three or in creator of memorizing. This podcast is dedicated to conversations with the world's leading experts on how we can support and value motherhood differently and mama's themselves dedicated to changing their own definition of motherhood all three the lens of the world. Changing understanding all matrouh cents. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being a part of the movement. Welcome back monness. When you think about the experience of becoming another it is a very out of body experience at times. You think you know what you're stepping into. You read the books prepared. You've done everything you can income to be ready. When it began. He can feel so different and we let our heads by the way with us. We let our minds back and forth. We worry about things it on there that there is nothing to worry about. This is such a common experience because the truth is very hard to embody such huge changes. This it's very hard to stay grounded when so much of what you thought you would be and do changes and this is the truth. Well beyond beth so much more than just that first experience of motherhood in today's podcast. I'm speaking with sophie. Birch the lower coach so he is based in k. And has incredible experience working with new parents pregnant women and new moms in her.

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Welcome to the happy mama movement. Podcast i'm amy topic as monir of three author and creator of memorizing this podcast dedicated to conversations with the world's leading experts on how we can support and value motherhood differently and mama's themselves dedicated to changing their own definition of motherhood all three the lens of the world changing understanding all mature essence. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being a part of the movement. Welcome back mama's for many many years..

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"And a mother. When i became a man nearly fourteen years ago nobody was talking about what happened to the woman when she entered motherhood there was no conversations around how it changed her identity how it changed her relationships how it was the beginning of huge transformation and questioning in her life and it was more than a decade later that i finally began to find the answers to the questions i i felt when i became a month and the answer was metron. Essence metron essence is the complete transformation and identity shift of a woman as she moves through motherhood psychological social emotional physical economic cultural and spiritual in other words these a rite of passage and a huge change in who we are get. We have forgotten to acknowledge and we have ignored the too long. I've laid metron. Sciences role is to awaken us as a collective and individual to all of the false truths we have been taught about being a mother and a woman and ask us to redefine this ourselves. I noticed when i first became a mom. I split into. I was who i used to bay and a mother and this podcast is dedicated to helping you understand your own in a split. Your own metron. Essence bring you interviews with the world's leading motherhood and womanhood experts as well as mama's themselves who are also trying to redefine this in their own way so.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"The conversation about what it means to be a mother and a woman in this day and age. I'm amy taylor. Kobe's or thought mama and former journalist after spending fifteen years chasing news and burning myself out trying to be superwoman. I realized that i was chasing a dream that no longer served me. And since then have dedicated myself to understand in the transition that we go through as women when our whole identity shifts with motherhood every week. I will bring you the very best insights and inspiration. I can find to help us all changed the way we feel about this time in our lives and create a movement that allows us to honor motherhood differently. Dr jody richardson. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast today. Thank you for having the i mean. It's such a pleasure to get to you today. I've been supporting and listening to mama's for more than a decade and so often we very focused on our children's big emotions the anxiety of school drop off or starting in you daycare or sleeping in their room. We're very focused on trying to support our children through these stages but scratch the surface and the mom is incredibly anxious and worried too. it is almost Turning the lens back onto ourselves about these feelings is something we forget to do. Because we're so busy trying to support children. So i know that you do both in your amazing work. You both talk about supporting an anxious child. But i would really love our conversation to shift that lens and i guess microscope in a way back to her back to the mama and really hear about how we can better understand allah anxiety out anxious feelings l. worries and what we can do about it. I think let's let's honor the mother for the next half an hour for a change. What he for it. So let's first start. You have personal experience. Of course we always do the work that we most need ask elves. So how did you become so passionate about supporting people through anxiety. Yes i love what you just said. We work worrying is Is the the why offered before. And i think it's really true. And and and i am on extremely passionate about shining a lot on anxiety really helping people to learn how to manage it and how to get it out of the way so that you can. You can actually leave a really amazing. Why we things audie. And i like to say that. I thrive with anxiety now without getting away. what what really helped may become passionate. I think was recognizing that they took twenty to be diagnosed and that was on my face Decent things audio experts and all four as a pre starting school and it wasn't until i was monday twenties when i was working as a secondary tate. Job that i stopped Major depression and ultimately help for that because seeings audie audie experienced up. Until then i didn't even know it was anything but just my normal personality and just lilac work to me and what i learned in many utah was it. A lot of people in the signed barge didn't know much about anxiety mental health literacy and certainly come a long way. Thanks to the way could be on blue and other credible organizations like the blackstone institute in the lot thought. This is still a long way to guard. And i think that when it comes to anxiety they they're berries they can help and also certain of really won't get there is he's a manageable condition. There are lots of things we can do to help ourselves. And how keeps and I'm just really dedicated to to sharing all of that and more so that people can live with their anxiety can down. Get it out of the white and Notwithstanding away really crowding the loss that people won't have for themselves. I really liked the way that you said. You just thought it was your normal personality that really resonates. Because i know as a mother you you see. I have three children and you know the difference in the personalities. Some seem to have been born anxious. They do seem to have a more anxious personality and so especially back in the day where we really didn't understand this. We did just write it off as that's just the way they are didn't we. Yeah we did your worry wart know that that was the classic it the wiry because it's such a classic on things is you worry But all the physical cool why recently pot of it you know obviously it comes to really pineville thoughts and feelings but also the physical side to anxiety and you know that that that the the feeling that the trembling the rising hot right now being able to get enough breath to seeking stomach the simony of physical symptoms and and it's just the norm. I guess it's like the harvey grow up in the weiwei rise. Some two weeks go to other people's houses and we realize oh actually people think differently in different harms. So yeah it's just that that was my pinelli. An always diagnosed with asthma in my chains because uptight holiday nipples very stressful female beasley provoked a lot of dashi but nobody knew Sorry yeah it. Was you know becoming depressed with horrendous. It's hard to find the words to describe that experience but looking back now. I'm thankful because that gave me the opportunity to find a psychologist. The that was you know would have a profound impact on my mental health. And being and i'm really helped me learn about what was actually going on a and has led me to where i am now. certainly wouldn't want to go through the suffering of being through a game but i've learned so much and And his really good. Now.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Welcome back. Mouna anxiety is a part of life. All of us have anxious mines at times and motherhood seems to be a perfect fertile breeding ground. Frank zaidi the so many of us. We worry about our children. It's normal but win that anxiety begins to take over and seep into other parts of our life ruling the way we think then. That's when we need to do something about it. I really wanted to speak with dr. Jody richardson on the podcast. For all of you this week jodi as she so bravely shares has had anxiety herself since she was forty years old. she's also on mama and has spent her career looking into it understanding it and learning how to turn it into a strength because anxiety happens. It's what we do with it and what we choose to do next. That is the most important. I loved these interview because it just reminded me again that within our struggles within those emotions that we don't know how to deal with with the things that our mind and our body is telling us as an opportunity to heal redefine it realize that you stronger than ever and become the woman you really want to be. And the momma. Your children need you to be at the end of this interview. I.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"At the moment you might get a week of care through midwives or you might, you know, through your you might get a one 6 week appointment with your obstetrician to check your perineum into chicky uterus and to, you know, you don't have that relationship, you know, privately practicing midwife, you get you get appointments right up until 6 weeks. Daily at first, and then weekly, you know, and you've got someone who knows the whole journey you've been on and can debrief and can help you in those steps into motherhood. And so, you know, privately practicing midwives are not cheap, and they're not accessible to everyone and there's not enough of them to go around. And that is not the answer. We're trying to find the solution of getting continuity made with free care, you know, in all of our models. And what's the reaction being you've just come back from the tour just until you have your second baby? Yes. Obviously, in some parts of the industry and in some parts of the world, this conversation is welcomed and celebrated. But I know from my many years in the media as well, this conversation is dismissed. As misguided and at times even dangerous when you're bringing a documentary into the world confronting this, what's the reaction being? The reaction has been extraordinary actually. It's been beyond everything we'd hoped and imagined, actually, we one of the benefits of the COVID delay. We were meant to release this film last April. And then it got pushed back ten months. One of the benefits of that is that we entered into a lot of international film festivals. And of which we've now won 23 international awards for. And yeah, it's wild. And one of the biggest, most affirming things about that is that we had people. You know, we knew we knew that people who were passionate about birthing and about women and about outcomes of mothers and babies would love this film. We knew that. Yes. But when we entered into these international film festivals, and we started getting selected and we started winning awards and we started winning best feature documentary in multiple festivals. And we were then having interviews with the festival directors, which they were then playing in q-and-as after the film was screened overseas. They got it. And that was one of the first really affirming things that we had was that these people these were film people. Often people that hadn't had their own children or that had and had had a variation of different experiences. And they were feeding back to us. The key messaging of what we were trying to get across. So that to us was extraordinary. You know, people overseas who were not in the birth world at all, were absolutely getting it. And seeing it reflected in their own communities and with the women and families that they knew. You know, everyone, everyone has connections to birth. Everyone was born everyone has friends who are, you know, if they haven't had babies themselves, they know people who, you know, it's a story that we're all connected to. And so that was extraordinary for us. We've had unbelievable feedback. I mean, we had over a hundred over a hundred screenings booked in before when we'd done, I think three screenings here in Sydney with our Q&A tua. We suddenly had a hundred screenings booked around the country. And it's just it's just been received so well. You know, and I know that there is also the flip side of it. There are people who actually won't even see it because of their frightened of how they're frightened of being triggered by it. And there is that resistance like you say in the media and have people who come from an angle who I think they have preconception of our film potentially that it's all about home birth and it's all about everyone having a natural birth. And it's absolutely not. It's absolutely not. We follow women's journeys throughout and all of these women have very different outcomes. We follow birthing our country so we follow the indigenous women and what's happening with them. You know, we're really looking at this from a holistic point of view in terms of what's happening really across the board in our country and how we can make it better. Yeah. And that's what I wanted everyone to hear as well. This is something that we all need to see. It's not casting a shadow on any ways that mothers bring their babies into this world. It's about how can we do it better. So she feels empowered in the process. And as you said, and I alluded to, there will be some parts of the industry in the media that dismiss this, but it sounds like the impact this documentary is having is spreading further than ever before. And that's so exciting. So it is really exciting. And I think that's the power of film, you know. We keep saying that all of these study, all of this information is there. It's all in the research journals. It's all there. But that doesn't get absorbed. And people of there have been people fighting this fight for decades. We are not. We are not forging this new path. We are just jumping in and we have created we have created the message in a medium that people can absorb and people can take in and so I think that's where the power in it lies. And the beautiful thing, the best thing of the feedback we've been getting is that people come out of it. They're surprised actually at how positive and how elated they come out, feeling like this film, yes, it is heavy in parts, but people like there is raucous laughter in this film as well. People come out feeling full of hope and positive about change. And that is really what we were aiming for. Absolutely. Yeah, it's, you know, it's, I think people, you know, especially people who've experienced trauma. You know, can maybe feel a bit frightened about delving into that. But I think it opens up a conversation and beautiful feedback from partners as well. You know, we cover the experience of partners in birth, which is often well, it's very not often talked about. You know, we don't often look at that. But the partners are traumatized as well. And we've had beautiful feedback from women saying, my goodness, my husband.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Here Amy. Thank you for having me. We have known each other for a while. We have walked a rather random path to this moment. You I don't even remember how I was introduced to you when I moved to Sydney, but you did the photographs for my first website and the cover of my first book. Photographs, I still use. And I absolutely adore with being at events together around birthing and motherhood. We have you took photos of my sister like there's this waving. There's a weaving of our stories, but now it's waving back together again because of this phenomenal. And I really don't use that word lightly. Phenomenal documentary that you have brought to the world with a number of other women called birth time. So first of all, I just want to say, wow, congratulations. What a phenomenal contribution to make. How did this all start? Thank you. Thanks, love. Well, look, it started four and a half nearly 5 years ago. Possibly before that. So Joe hunter, who is a private practicing midwife and a dear friend of mine started working together we started working together maybe I don't know 6 or 7 years ago. So I'm a doula and the birth photographer and videographer. And we started working together and became friends and started talking about films and Joe Joe 11 years ago had hosted the Australian premiere of the business of being born, which was is a film made by Ricky Lake and Abby Epstein about essentially about the American maternity system. And Ricky came out and Joe hosted the premiere of it in Australia and she was really excited about it. And a lot of people loved it, but said, but that that's what happens in America. And Joe thought this no, it doesn't. This is what's happening here. It might be slightly different, but we're on the same path. And so from that point, she had she had this kernel of an idea to make an Australian documentary based on our maternity system. Anyway, so a few years down the track, Joe and I became close and we started talking about it and we spoke with a few people and then it just seemed that between the two of us we didn't quite have enough knowledge and know how and, you know, context, you kind of make that happen. We had the knowledge of, you know, the system and the industry and the people. We just, it was more the film side of things. So anyway, fast forward then to May 2016 Zoe nayla, who is an actress and her partner Aaron Jeffrey, they booked Joe to be their home birth midwife and booked me to be their doula and birth videographer. And it was Zoe's second baby. She'd had her first baby in what on paper looked like a very straightforward birth center birth. But when she then went through the care of Joe, had a home birth with her second baby bow. At home with Joel and I supporting her, she came out the other side, feeling just absolutely incredible. And she couldn't believe how different she felt from the care that she'd had in that birth compared to the kid that she'd had in her first birth in reflection. She looked back to her first birth and realized that she had come out of it with postnatal depression. She'd come out of it feeling lost and alone and not really knowing what had happened to her. And we then talked to her about our idea of this documentary and we showed her the business of being born and she just said, I mean, we're doing it. Let's go. And literally that was that was the sprouting of the seed. Just and it went from there. So that was May 2016. We gathered equipment. We bought equipment. We taught ourselves. We had absolutely no money to put towards it. So we had to learn everything ourselves, so we brought sound and lighting. I had cameras. And we just started, and we started with the beautiful Hannah Darwin, I was pregnant with my first baby at the time. And we started with Hannah dallin and. A stroke of well, what we would now call madam birth time brilliance years out. She is our guarding light. Hannah darling was organizing the normal labor and birth conference with travels around the world and it happened to be on in Sydney two weeks after we interviewed her. And she said, I will give you access to anyone at that conference. And so Joe and I had tickets to the conference. We didn't end up seeing any of the conference at all because we sat in a room up in the conference venue and had a private audience with all of the keynote speakers from all over the world. And then we suddenly had, you know, I don't know, maybe 8 interviews under our belt, and we were away. So that was the week before I gave birth to Rudy. So that was October 2016. And so that's how it all really started. And it just went from there and it's been one of those projects that's just flown. It's just it's guided us along the way. We haven't had to drive it. The people that we needed to interview have just effortlessly come to us. And no one has said no, and it's just been this amazing creation that has unfolded in front of us. But that's how it happens when it's meant to be. Exactly. Call it madam birth time. And it does get its own energy. I feel the same way about my work at times. Right back from the beginning, though, did you know where it was going to go? Did you have a clear conclusion you wanted to make? And how and if that changed over the time, we didn't have a plan for it at all. We knew when you at the key of it, the question we created from the beginning and asked everyone we interviewed was what would it take for women to emerge from their births, feeling physically well and emotionally safe? So we knew that, you know, we know that that old story that everyone gets told all that matters is a healthy baby. It doesn't matter about the journey, all that matters is the outcome of having a healthy baby. And the onus is always on the health of the baby, which of course, of course, is, you know, so important. But to discredit the emotional and physical outcomes of the mother is very, very careless. And we knew when we lined that up with, for example, Zoe's story of, you know, coming out of her birth and she was well in her baby was well, but she wasn't doing so great emotionally, mentally, psychologically. You know, that was the difference. And we knew and she knew. She was astounded by the difference in the care of having one to one midwifery care throughout her whole pregnancy birth and postnatal period. And so we essentially knew that this was the answer, because all of the studies lead to that. All of the studies say one to one midwifery care, right throughout the journey, brings better outcomes for mothers and babies. So that was our underlying drive through the whole thing. And, you know, so we formulated that question to ask people what contributing factors fed into this. So we had absolutely no plan for how the documentary would look in the end,.

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Will have to give. So how do we treat ourselves when we fail to be silence ourselves ourselves up intentionally. Tell ourselves how awful useless worthless we are. Do we keep trying to be better and do better to prove ourselves in the world that we are enough or walk henry instead show ourselves some love kindness and understanding these unrealistic expectations of mothers and women pass down through the generations and through the media and making us miserable and sick trying to attain the impossible vision of the pethick modern woman that does and has it all henry instead find the true woman and the true mother that we are and love and on a hair with all our heart so she can shine bright and light up her own world and that those around her. That's what i've learnt to do now. That's how i've completely redefined here. I am i hope from the bottom of my heart that you have heard something tonight that makes you realize that you're doing a great job that the expectations that we hold for women and mothers especially in a global pandemic on really steak and unhelpful and toxic. And that you get to choose just as vicky said what do we do to a beta cells up to keep going or do we choose to do it differently. If you want to join this beautiful or next eight weeks study of womanhood and motherhood please go to this website. Which is amy taliban's dot com slash redefine dash mother among muhammad redefined national on the hood. And do it in the next forty eight hours and you will be sitting at the fate of one of our great teaches on motherhood and womanhood as well as joining may holding my hand and so many others as we continue to redefine and break that matana mandate decided to do motherhood in a way. That feels good. That honest who we are that allows us to enjoy our children but also feel hallway key. And if you want to be part of the redefine program. Please go to amy taylor. Quebec's dot com slash radio. Fine dash motherhood..

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"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"amy taylor" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"Happy mellon movement weekly podcast dedicated to changing the klis. Sation about what. It means to be a mother and a woman in this day. Each on amy taylor cabela's or fat mama and former gentlest after spending cliff dane dis chasing us and burning myself out. Trying to be superwoman. I realized that. I was chasing a trait. That no longer served me sink then have dedicated myself to understanding the transition that we go as women were now identity shifts with every week. I will bring you the very best insights and inspiration. I can find to help us change the way we feel about this talk lives and create a movement that allows us to on laurie. Good morning it is very early in sydney australia right now but i would wake up at any time we ever to speak to you. I'm very excited. Welcome.