💌Personal Note from Dr. Cleopatra on Current Events

💌Personal Note from Dr. Cleopatra on Current Events

For today, I have a very personal note for you right here on restoring safety in your central nervous system, looking pain in the eyes, and why I believe that our own healthy emotion regulation is the key to a healthier, happier, safer world for children and all living things.

After you listen to my note for you (above), here’s where to go next if you want something new and nourishing in your ear today: I invite you to listen in on the most personal and raw interview I have done to date. It is with my beautiful friend Les for the Balanced Black Girl Podcast. In this interview, we focus on why we primemester to end generational trauma. As part of this discussion, I talk about one of the hardest lessons I’ve ever learned (and how I learned it), which is this: cultivating resilience in ourselves and in our superbabies is one of the most important things we can do in life, but knowing who and what is worthy of our resilience is even more important. See the images below for a message from Les about this episode.

💌Personal Note from Dr. Cleopatra on Current Events

For today, I have a very personal note for you right here on restoring safety in your central nervous system, looking pain in the eyes, and why I believe that our own healthy emotion regulation is the key to a healthier, happier, safer world for children and all living things.

After you listen to my note for you (above), here’s where to go next if you want something new and nourishing in your ear today: I invite you to listen in on the most personal and raw interview I have done to date. It is with my beautiful friend Les for the Balanced Black Girl Podcast. In this interview, we focus on why we primemester to end generational trauma. As part of this discussion, I talk about one of the hardest lessons I’ve ever learned (and how I learned it), which is this: cultivating resilience in ourselves and in our superbabies is one of the most important things we can do in life, but knowing who and what is worthy of our resilience is even more important. See the images below for a message from Les about this episode.