11 episodes

Escape the Strong Woman Trap takes a hard look at the cultural beliefs and political landscape that sets strong, driven, ambitious women up for a life spent constantly saving others from themselves, filling in gaps, and going it alone like a hybrid of Wonder Woman and Working Girl. Part social commentary, part empowerment anthem, Escape The Strong Woman Trap gets real about the double bind women put themselves in trying to prove their worth while playing a rigged game not their own making. To get what you really want out of life you need to learn how to Escape the Strong Woman Trap.

Escape the Strong Woman Trap Sasha Mobley

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    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

Escape the Strong Woman Trap takes a hard look at the cultural beliefs and political landscape that sets strong, driven, ambitious women up for a life spent constantly saving others from themselves, filling in gaps, and going it alone like a hybrid of Wonder Woman and Working Girl. Part social commentary, part empowerment anthem, Escape The Strong Woman Trap gets real about the double bind women put themselves in trying to prove their worth while playing a rigged game not their own making. To get what you really want out of life you need to learn how to Escape the Strong Woman Trap.

    Episode 11--Why I Can't Stop Talking About My Grief

    Episode 11--Why I Can't Stop Talking About My Grief

    It feels like I can't stop talking about my grief. So I talk about it. I hope it gives other people permission to talk about their own grief. I hope they give their grief space so it doesn't shove its way in. 

    Episode 10--Tribe or Echo Chamber

    Episode 10--Tribe or Echo Chamber

    We sometimes discover that belonging comes with a price. What changes have you made to stay with a tribe? Has your tribe ever grown to hold growing you? 

    Episode 9--Not Getting Your Body Back (Part 2)

    Episode 9--Not Getting Your Body Back (Part 2)

    What would you do to be able to say Yes to your life? Do you know how you want to feel? If you knew what feeling good really felt like, would you choose it? 
    Also, check out: Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rhimes. It's GOOD!

    Episode 8--Not Getting Your Body Back (Part 1)

    Episode 8--Not Getting Your Body Back (Part 1)

    Have you ever tried to "get your body back"? Where will you be in your own estimation when you get "back" to the place your body once was? Where are you (and your body) right now? Also, check out the movie Embrace, available on iTunes and Amazon.

    Episode 7--No One is Going to Praise You For That

    Episode 7--No One is Going to Praise You For That

    Who is benefitting from you running yourself ragged just to keep up appearances? Who are you trying to be by keeping up the habits you have? What if you stopped being and doing what you think others expect you to be and do?  

    Episode 6--Change Will Come

    Episode 6--Change Will Come

    There is no greater invitation to violence and oppression than resisting change that wants to happen. Change can come peacefully or as a rain of fire. What will you choose?

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Grasslimb ,

Concise, helpful and heartfelt

I enjoy these brief, to-the-point podcasts that really help clear some space in one's emotional life.

bwonson ,

Insightful, real and important

Sasha Mobley's perspective and clean approach to what is real and true helped me to also identify what is real and true in my own life. If you are someone (male or female) who struggles with balance, staying in what brings peace and happiness and doing more than you want too simply because you can, take a listen to Sasha.

My big learnings are to remember to ask for (and accept help). It is really okay. And just because I can doesn't mean I have to do everything for myself.

PeanutCA ,

As Always - Thoughtful, Inspiring and Relevant

I am a long time fan of Sasha's blog and really appreciated her collection of thoughts when I read her book, the Strong Woman Trap. I appreciate her passion, compassion, wit and thoughtful approach to life and her ability to translate every day experiences into relevant and meaningful observations and lessons. In this first podcast, the experiences and examples Sasha shares are so relevant and timely and resonated for me, as we are all very caught up in this trying and challenging time of change. I especially liked the part about how quickly things can change in regards to our freedom as women and how slow and painful it may be to recover. Many good lessons here - thank you, Sasha, I look forward to listening to many more!

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