Stache’ Smith is a Midwest girl, born and raised with a unique flair for fashion, design and all things artistic and innovative. She is a nurse with an extensive background in women’s health, health equity and population health consulting. Her background in nursing has exposed her to the greatest of needs in the human experience. These experiences allows her to create solutions and strategies to guide those with health challenges and disparities toward breaking down social barriers allowing them to get to the root of how to heal and embrace behavior change for optimal health outcomes.
Stache’ has a personal story of overcoming challenges in her youth and adult years and writes from a different space, in journal form. Journaling has been known to slow the brain down and in the fast-paced world there is no better place to start to pursue healing. Her journals are designed to persuade readers to get quiet and grasp those internal places of thought, reflection and examination that lead to healing.
DEAR MAMA: Healing the Mother Wound Journal
Do you tend to avoid looking deeply into your relationship with your mother as to not open hidden pain?
Do you tend to dismiss your emotions around your relationship with your mother? Have you been avoiding those feelings?
If you are ready to spend some time journaling and identifying your emotions around your mother wound, then you have come to the right, safe space.
“Dear Mama: Healing the Mother Wound Journal” is a guided journal for those who have experienced challenges in their mother/daughter relationship. “Dear Mama” is the letter that you have wanted to write yet have not found the courage or safe space to do so. This journal is a resource along the journey of healing. It is not a replacement for doing the work. It is not a replacement for therapy. It is not a replacement for community. This journal is a guide, a starting place to start to peel back the layers of complexities that the mother wound can create.