These people can help you live more simply, shake off insecurities, and be a better mother to your kids.
When I was suffering from postpartum depression, I sought solace in the Christian mystics as a way to find language for my own intense emotions. I live in an intentional community on a farm — a lifestyle that can feel radical at times. Because the Christian mystics often seem to linger on the fringes of society, religion — and sometimes even emotional health — they have given me perspective on my life and experiences. Here are five things I’ve learned from these mostly single and cloistered mystics about being a mother and caring for my family and community:
Thank you to the Dominican Sisters of Peace for their donation to sponsor the 2018 conference.
Thank you to our first 2018 GOLD LEVEL sponsor, The Queen’s Daughters, Inc.
Thank you to the Knights of Columbus Newman Council for sponsoring the 2018 Catholic Women’s Conference.
Thank you to our most recent CWC 2018 sponsor,