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mot(HER) with Dr. Gertrude Lyons

Dr. Gertrude Lyons | Soulfire Productions
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The mot(HER) podcast empowers people who identify as women to love themselves holistically by rewriting their mother codes. We all have mother codes from our childhood and from culture’s definition that to be a mother means to have children. But this isn’t a conversation around having children or not— mot(HER) is the podcast that enables its listeners to begin to embody the woman she always knew herself to be.In raw, insightful, challenging conversations, your host Dr. Gertrude Lyons takes us there. So be prepared to show up, hold space and be mothered in a way you’ve never been before, but have always needed. Together, we can Rewrite the mot(HER) code. Follow Dr. Gertrude Lyons on Instagram @drgertrudelyonsVisit www.drgertrudelyons.com

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Latest Episodes

In this episode, Dr. Gertrude deep dives into the addictive culture of productivity. She shares her own personal experience taking a short sabbatical from being productive, and the lessons she’s gleaned from it. Learn about the magic of simply being ... more

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In today’s episode, we’re throwing it back to last year’s episode on Dry January. Dr. Gertrude unpacks the different factors that influence your relationship with alcohol. She explains how “Dry January” started, why it has expanded into a global phen... more

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18 days ago

In today’s episode, Dr. Gertrude speaks to all of you who, like her, are in complete shock that 2021 is coming to a close, especially since many of us are still processing 2020. As a collective, there has been an insurmountable amount of challenge, h... more

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 31 ratings
  • A fresh take on motherhood

    I’m not a mother yet myself, but this podcast has made me so excited for whenever that becomes a part of my story. The way Dr. Gertrude portrays motherhood and the richness of bring is so inspiring and wonderful. Can’t wait to put all this wisdom into practice one day ♥️

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    melonkneeanne
    United States7 months ago
  • A New Way to Mother

    Gertrude has such an interesting approach to mothering that I think we all need! Super grateful for her wisdom!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    samirae7
    United States7 months ago
  • Mothering Myself Because of You!

    Dr. Gertrude has a way of leading me right to the very parts of my soul that need some additional love and mothering. She has shown me how to mother myself, step into my truth and rewire countless limiting beliefs. Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us all.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Arielle Coree
    United States7 months ago
  • Game changing ideas!

    Learning that we are mothering ourselves on a daily basis?!? Mind blowing! Now instead of blaming my mom, I’m going to take accountability for how I speak to myself!! Thank you for this wisdom!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Shagovac
    United States9 months ago
  • Bring Your Children to Work Day

    Love Dr. Lyons true authenticity and her ability to show us that the sacred role of mothering can be done in multiple ways! Inspired by her wisdom and expertise.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    JoPavin
    United States9 months ago

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