The Progressive Woman

Something had to change to break the patterns ~ Caroline Jane

October 08, 2020 Clare Bedford Season 1 Episode 40
The Progressive Woman
Something had to change to break the patterns ~ Caroline Jane
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The Progressive Woman
Something had to change to break the patterns ~ Caroline Jane
Oct 08, 2020 Season 1 Episode 40
Clare Bedford

Carolines journey  of awakening has been about leaning into what was holding her in strong continuous threads of toxic relationships, depression & searching for love.

She shares connections to her family of origin and how she came to become aware of her relationship patterns and self destructive behaviours.  As well as the power of seeing your parents as 'people' as she wove her threads of fear of abandonment and rejection through.

Fears consuming many of her teenage years and twenties, then hitting a rock bottom in her thirties with depression, she decided that something has got to change.

We talk alcoholism, materialism, forgiveness and the seed of motherhood as a gift.

With love let's rise x

 

"I would like to pay my respects to the traditional owners of the land in which we work on and with, the land of the Wadawurrang people. I pay my respects to their Elders, past and present, and Emerging"

       

  Music: 'Guardians' by Caleb Etheridge 

  Production: The Storyteller Co.

  Guest Speaker: Caroline Jane

Show Notes

Carolines journey  of awakening has been about leaning into what was holding her in strong continuous threads of toxic relationships, depression & searching for love.

She shares connections to her family of origin and how she came to become aware of her relationship patterns and self destructive behaviours.  As well as the power of seeing your parents as 'people' as she wove her threads of fear of abandonment and rejection through.

Fears consuming many of her teenage years and twenties, then hitting a rock bottom in her thirties with depression, she decided that something has got to change.

We talk alcoholism, materialism, forgiveness and the seed of motherhood as a gift.

With love let's rise x

 

"I would like to pay my respects to the traditional owners of the land in which we work on and with, the land of the Wadawurrang people. I pay my respects to their Elders, past and present, and Emerging"

       

  Music: 'Guardians' by Caleb Etheridge 

  Production: The Storyteller Co.

  Guest Speaker: Caroline Jane