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Emotional support
for all mothers

A toolkit full of
practical support to
make motherhood better.

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The Compassion Project

We can’t avoid difficult days, but we can meet them well

Support for
the nervous system

Solace for the heart

Motherhood is an impossible job for just one person. A job that can leave you squeezed down to the last drop of your energy, hanging on by your frayed nerve but having to show up in the morning to do it all over again.

We all know that motherhood brings so much love and joy to our lives. But we don't always acknowledge that it also brings exhaustion, overwhelm, shame, guilt and anger.

Wherever you are and whatever you feel, the Emotional Support for Mothers toolkit has been designed to meet and hold your difficult emotions - and provide structure and support to move through your difficult days.

The Emotional Support for Mothers Toolkit

For all that arises in you

From dealing with immediate stress to developing deeper self-connection and wisdom—the toolkit will support whatever arises in you.

It includes practical and compassionate ways for mothers to calm their nervous system, regulate their emotions, build their resilience and develop greater emotional wisdom.

This toolkit includes:

66-card deck with 100+ simple emotional support practices that can be done from home in 5 minutes or less.

Guidebook for Mothers including 200 pages of education, support, inspiration and validation.

Meet difficulty in three simple ways

with the Emotional Support for Mothers Toolkit

Check-in

Know what you're feeling and what you need to be ok right in this moment.

Emotional first aid

Access 100+ quick, simple, supportive practices to regulate stress and regain peace.

Calm the farm

Build emotional resilience together with your children and family.

"Full of raw honesty and profound empathy, Belinda combines the supportive embrace of a best friend, together with the ageless wisdom of a spiritual guide reminding us of our innate goodness in the real and messy moments of everyday parenting."

– Neelama Eyres, Co-Founder & Director of Applied Compassion Training, CCARE Stanford University

Collaborative partnerships.
Creative projects.

Compassion in action.