What is a mother, really? There are so many different parenting types, books, and ideologies that tell us the definition of a good mother–or even a mother at all. After 15 years studying motherhood and 9 years as a mother myself, I have a very different perspective than most–and it’s the most empowering definition of motherhood you can imagine.
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Katy Huie Harrison, PhD, is an author, mom, recurrent miscarriage survivor, & owner of Undefining Motherhood. She lives in Atlanta with her husband (affectionately known on the internet as “Husband,”) son (Jack), and daughter (Branham). She believes our society puts too many expectations on women that make womanhood and motherhood restrictive. Her goal is to shift the paradigm about what it means to be a woman and mother, giving all women a greater sense of agency over their own lives. You can find Katy and her work featured in places like CNN’s Headline News, Romper, Scary Mommy, Love What Matters, & more.