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And it even makes up for the time that the true expressing of your soul is frowned upon, misunderstood or roll-eyed at.Wonderful article, thanks so much for putting this is words that can be shared! I agree that tribe building is both extremely hard and extremely satisfying, in the end. Right now is when I need that community of women around me to hold me up, but I feel bad for asking for that support when I know all my friends are struggling too.Help those around you who need help and you will find a village.When my children were growing up I lived ten kilometers from my nearest neighbour, now I live in a city, but in a neighbourhood and I spend my time helping young mothers who are my neighbours, and old people who are my neighbours.
I’ve been desperately trying to find/make a village for 3 years where I live. Invite her for dinner or afternoon tea a few times to get to know you and the kids. I feel exactly like you and feel desparate to connect with you.It really is so much about opening up to a whole new way of being and expressing ourselves, isn’t it? We are not supposed to parent in this isolated way – it is too much to ask of people. You wrote another masterpiece right here and I can’t find the words to express what it meant to me and how much I want to thank you.I sat here crying, tears streaming down my face as I read your every word and it vibrated with deep truths in my soul.All the best to you as you find your people and foster those connections.Hi Beth, I think this is a moving and interesting post, and I enjoyed it quite a lot.
We’re all dealing with the same issues but fear judgment and rejection from others. I too am from a toxic family, and I do have to wonder that any mom who feels there is not enough support is likely from a toxic family too, to some degree.