Aug 5, 2019
Molly Caro May is a writer whose work explores body, place and the foreign/familiar. In this episode, Molly shares with us from her own postpartum experience as well as how she weathered the storm.
"Let's go ahead and blame the mother...at the peak of her sleep deprivation...she get's a little angry at the world...You are not allowed to have darkness...bullsh*t. This sounds like a military operation." - Molly Caro May
"I felt like diverting was taking the easy path, but sometimes, what you really need is a diversion." - Molly Caro May
Many things happen in our bodies when we cross over that threshold of new motherhood. Whether it's your first time or your 5th time, each time is unique and reveals new truths to us.
In this episode, we invite Molly Caro May, author of Body Full of Stars: Postpartum Rage and My Passage into Motherhood, to the show to discuss what her experiences of new motherhood have taught her and how she has weathered the storm.
Resources From This Episode:
Molly Caro May: http://mollycaromay.com/