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EP 39: My Mother’s Day. With Jeanne-Marie Paynel

In lieu of an interview, I’m dedicating this episode to all the mothers on the frontline, our essential workers that are separated from their children for the good of others. Honoring you and my own mother today.

Once you listen if you have any questions come ask them in my FB podcast group

What we Talked About

  • What Mother’s Day means to me
  • A bit about my mother, Perdita Huston
  • The decision she made to have me in an independent country
  • The 3 options she gave me when I was 17
  • Caring nurturing women are all  mothers
  • Dedicating this episode to all the mothers on the frontlines
  • Let’s go forward not back

Things to Remember

“Trust yourself. Trust your child, you’re in this together.”

Jeanne-Marie Paynel

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Now, I want to know from you!

What does Mother’s day invoke in you? I’d love to know.

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More About my Guest

The official biography created by the Maine Women Writer: Perdita Huston 1936-2001  

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This episode of The Art of Parenting is sponsored by The Parenting Membership Community Click here to learn more.

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