When you’ve been hurt, even traumatized, by a family member, how do you get past it and heal? How do you heal a dysfunctional relationship? Phylis Mantelli shares how to begin the journey toward healing, happiness and peace.
In this episode, we talk about hope for breaking the cycle of dysfunctional mother daughter relationships. My guest, Phylis Mantelli, experienced mother wounds and went on to break the cycle of mother daughter dysfunction with her own children. She always says, “We are not a perfect family, but a bonded family.” She’s here today to share hope and the lessons she learned with us.
It is not uncommon in Christian circles and church environments, to hear talk regarding healing father wounds. However, I have rarely heard much discussion about healing mother wounds
Wounds from mothers are often unintentional yet if left unattended can yield the fruit of shame, insecurity, and dysfunctional relational and generational patterns. Read more as Aliene Thompson shares steps to heal mother wounds.
In recent years, I’ve heard quite a bit of discussion about “father wounds” and how those can have a significantly detrimental impact on our relationship with God as our Heavenly Father. But I’ve seen precious little discussion about mother mounds or healing mother wounds. If you have been the recipient of mother wounds, or perhaps you were the mother who wounded your child, then episode 4 on hope for healing mother wounds is for you.