Sacred Psychology: Episode 60 with Jenn Taylor
In this podversation:
- Jenn explains her Tribe of 18+ and why they’re not politically correct as a blended family
- There may be a lot of wrong ways to parent but no one right way
- The ups and downs of being a foster parent
- Living with a no escape plan mentality
- Jenn’s experiences with being surrounded by mental and emotional struggles
- The power of parenting with discussion rather than command
- Helping loved ones make their own empowered choices about treatment
- Shining a light on the stigma of parenting or loving someone with mental or emotional struggles
- Why it’s unloving to allow loved ones to stay a victim to their depression or anxiety
- Know your limits – what we can and cannot do for others
- Triumph with love – and why Wonder Woman had to be female
- Jenn’s book – “Hello, my name is Warrior Princess”
- Destigmatizing loving sex after sexual abuse or assault
- Jenn’s practical way for leaving baggage outside her bedroom and sex life
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Meet Jenn Taylor:
Her book, “Hello, my name is Warrior Princess” is an incredible memoir showing the extreme dysfunction Jenn was raised in and the resilience that helped propel her forward and ultimately triumph with love. She talks candidly about her childhood that was filled with violence, abuse, and neglect.
Even as she shares horrific details of that period in her life, her sarcasm and sense of humor shine through. She tells her story not to get sympathy, but rather to show how it’s possible to transform yourself and get through difficult times despite huge obstacles. The path to becoming a warrior princess (or prince) isn’t easy, but Jenn will reveal some of her secrets for using your strengths to become one.
Learn more about her journey and connect further at: www.jenntaylor.net
Meet Tamara Powell
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and empowerment coach who believes life should be lived as a journey that is “anything but ordinary.”
Her work is specialized to help individuals break free from toxic cycles of distress, dysfunction, and dissatisfaction with life that are created when trying to live according to someone else’s rules. Only by living what she calls radical autonomy, can one obtain soul nourishing relationships and a sense of true life purpose and inner peace.
If you’re interested in working with her, either in person or online, you can learn more about her services here.
Sound Editing provided by Pete Bailey: http://petebailey.net/audio/