Empathy in unlearning and the pendulation of motherhood
JoAnna Bennett, the first guest of this season, returns to interview me in this finale episode to close out the season.
We speak of how empathy plays a role in unlearning. As mothers of young children, we pontificate how we will raise teenagers. I share another take on how the village supports a mother as well as how I see motherhood pendulating from generation to generation.
We wrap up the episode on my favorite learnings from each guest as well as what Season 3 may bring.
So many thanks to JoAnna for guest hosting!
I'll see you in Season 3 after a hiatus.
About the guest host
JoAnna Bennett (she/her) is a full-time working mother of two wonderful humans, two goofy dogs, four pensive hens, and a fuzzy tarantula. She is also an avid reader, an insatiable learner, and a self-acknowledged survivor. She is a writer and account manager at O’Brien Communications Group, a Columnist at BizCatalyst360, and a committee volunteer for The Center for Safe Futures.
Lisa Chin (she/her/hers) believes that knowing ourselves is central to being happy and fulfilled. This podcast is about the observation and examination of self - exploring all the things that make us who we are. Why? Because the better we understand ourselves, the more good we can do in the world.
Lisa creates and podcasts from the traditional and unceded land of the Nipmuc/k and Massachusett tribes in a town outside Boston, MA.
To learn more about Lisa, her writing as well as opportunities to work with her, visit www.lisaforreal.com. Feel free to send her an email or DM her on Instagram @reclaimingmotherhood with your thoughts of an inspired life.