1 hr 6 min

042 Can You Relate? with Beatriz Rodrigues The Birth Ease Podcast

    • Parenting

Listen in as Michelle and Beatriz Rodriquez discuss her birth experience and motherhood as an Afro-Latino woman. Together they discuss myths black mothers face, systemic racism, parenting multiracial daughters, working on our own biases, and the importance of compassionate listening.
“Everyone’s  experience as a black  woman is very different. But there are a few things that I feel that all black women, right now in this moment, feel and are in solidarity, especially when it comes to being mothers. One of things that I can say is that a lot of us, no matter how used to we are of being through trials and tribulations, I would say, ‘We’re scared and we’re disappointed. And, we wonder what the future holds for our children.’”—Beatriz Rodrigues
 
Connect with Beatriz Rodrigues:
Facebook: @I.love.my.cookies.101 (https://www.facebook.com/I.love.my.cookies.101)
Instagram: @docilesystematicbee (https://www.instagram.com/docilesystematicbee/)
 

Connect with Michelle Smith:
Website: BirthEaseServices.com (https://www.birtheaseservices.com/)
Facebook:  Birth Ease (https://www.facebook.com/BirthEaseMethod/),   The Birth Ease Podcast (https://www.facebook.com/thebirtheasepodcast/)
Instagram: @ birtheasemichellesmith (https://www.instagram.com/birtheasemichellesmith/)
YouTube:  Birth Ease (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcpfTDHpaqRkU2w_GHdGlmQ)
LinkedIn:  Birth Ease Michelle Smith ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/birth-ease-michelle-smith-033a8b1a6/)
Pinterest: Birth Ease (https://www.pinterest.com/birthease/boards/)
Show: Birth Ease (https://feeds.blubrry.com/feeds/birthease.xml)

Listen in as Michelle and Beatriz Rodriquez discuss her birth experience and motherhood as an Afro-Latino woman. Together they discuss myths black mothers face, systemic racism, parenting multiracial daughters, working on our own biases, and the importance of compassionate listening.
“Everyone’s  experience as a black  woman is very different. But there are a few things that I feel that all black women, right now in this moment, feel and are in solidarity, especially when it comes to being mothers. One of things that I can say is that a lot of us, no matter how used to we are of being through trials and tribulations, I would say, ‘We’re scared and we’re disappointed. And, we wonder what the future holds for our children.’”—Beatriz Rodrigues
 
Connect with Beatriz Rodrigues:
Facebook: @I.love.my.cookies.101 (https://www.facebook.com/I.love.my.cookies.101)
Instagram: @docilesystematicbee (https://www.instagram.com/docilesystematicbee/)
 

Connect with Michelle Smith:
Website: BirthEaseServices.com (https://www.birtheaseservices.com/)
Facebook:  Birth Ease (https://www.facebook.com/BirthEaseMethod/),   The Birth Ease Podcast (https://www.facebook.com/thebirtheasepodcast/)
Instagram: @ birtheasemichellesmith (https://www.instagram.com/birtheasemichellesmith/)
YouTube:  Birth Ease (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcpfTDHpaqRkU2w_GHdGlmQ)
LinkedIn:  Birth Ease Michelle Smith ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/birth-ease-michelle-smith-033a8b1a6/)
Pinterest: Birth Ease (https://www.pinterest.com/birthease/boards/)
Show: Birth Ease (https://feeds.blubrry.com/feeds/birthease.xml)

1 hr 6 min

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