Healing The Mother Wound with Bethany Webster

‘What many people do not realise is that the core issue at the center of women’s empowerment is the mother wound’
BETHANY WEBSTER

‘Difficulty and challenges between mothers and daughters are rampant and widespread but not openly spoken about. The taboo about speaking about the pain of the mother wound is what keeps it in place and keeps it hidden in shadow, festering and out of view.’

I found Bethany’s article Parentified Daughters as Female Leaders; Keys To Your Emergence and it immediately struck a chord.

I knew I simply had to speak to Bethany, to thank her, and find out more about her work and share it with as many women as possible.

So here it is; part 1 of a conversation I had with Bethany on Healing The Mother Wound.

Part 2 goes into the Parentified Daughter.

I hope it’s useful for you. I’d love to know your thoughts, reflections, insights after reading.

ABOUT BETHANY

Bethany Webster is a writer, transformational coach, international speaker and what you could call a midwife of the heart.

Her work is focused on helping women heal the “mother wound” so that they can step into their full feminine power and potential.

In addition to writing and teaching internationally, Bethany offers online courses and a private coaching program for women leaders who desire to take a quantum leap in their leadership.

Melanie Swan Podcast Host

Melanie Swan

Melanie is an internationally renowned leader in healing the physical womb, restoring the metaphysical womb, and connecting with the cosmic womb.

She’s a Womb Medicine Woman and Soul Worker with 20 year’s experience – who guides women to come home to their true nature.

She hosts The Sacred Womb Podcast, leads the Womb Healing Training and is currently writing her first book The Sacred Womb, which at its core, is a handbook for the empowerment of womankind; due for release in late 2024.

She has traveled extensively and is based in Thailand.

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