Eroticism, Spaciousness & Sexy Self Care In Motherhood

Nikki Rhodes, mother of three and creatress of NZ Spirit Tribe, shares her lust for love, life and being an erotic mother.

Nikki Rhodes, mother of three and creatress of NZ Spirit Tribe, shares her lust for love, life and being an erotic mother.

Every day is mother’s day in our minds. We believe that mothers deserve to celebrate themselves daily, because... Hello, motherhood is a thing! Easier said than done… we know. What makes it worse? Then, there’s additional expectation raised here, that only adds to the existing pressures of motherdom - how do I make time for sexy self care in motherhood?  As if mum’s don’t already have enough to live up to.

How do (soon-to-be) mothers break free from society’s expectations of the “perfect” mum? How can mothers create more space and cultivate pleasure within themselves, with their partner and in their life? How do mothers own their needs and desires to sexual women, not just mums? Does motherhood mean, there’s no room for eroticism?

All of these questions get answered in this episode by Nikki Rhodes, a mother of three (and stepmother of more!), who shares her personal experience and beautiful pathways to discovering her eroticism and standing up for her self care needs that she is able to show up fully for herself, her kids, her relationship and her life.


SHOWNOTES:

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Read Nikki’s book recommendation Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and stories of the wild woman archetype

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