In just a few weeks, I will be teaching the Heroine’s Journey, an ancient organizing framework offering a path through life’s greatest challenges and into your deepest offering as a feminine being. This course reimagines the hero’s journey through the lens of the feminine, and offers a radical new view of personal fulfillment, romantic love, and visionary leadership.
What moves a woman along her journey? Her desire. Read More
In my blog on Monday, I wrote about women and addiction. Anne Wilson Schaef was a front-runner in the 1980s writing and teaching about the role of society in women’s reality and women’s responses to cultural oppression. Read More
There has long been debate in the psychology field about the root cause of addiction. Is it nature? Does an individual’s biology cause compulsive or addictive behavior? Or is it nurture, a process of social construction in which a person’s social environment teaches and then reinforces the compulsive or addictive behavior? Read More