Mozelleology: Eclectic Discussions

“Mozelleology” is a podcast full of eclectic information. Personally, I absolutely LOVE learning about new things… even if I do not agree with them or they seem “out there”. At the very least, what I hear feeds my brain, otherwise I feel like I’m wasting valuable time. So as I share interesting topics with my listeners, I just ask that you keep an open mind. You just never know what you could learn, and what could change your life or the life of someone you love. While some of my episodes may inspire you and others may turn you off completely, I am pretty certain about one thing… listening to this podcast will provide you with great topics for conversation. If you are ever at a loss for words or stuck in an awkward moment, just say, “Hey guess what I heard on the Mozelleology podcast today…?” because for years I have said, “Knowledge is worthless unless it’s shared”. So... start sharing.

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Toxic Fathers

Updated 4 months ago.

Toxic fathers can leave their children emotionally hungry and sometimes desperately needy. The luckiest children will find another family member such as a grandfather or uncle to fill their father’s footsteps. While this can help, it doesn’t heal. These insecurely attached children often become clingy in adult relationships, needing constant reassurance from friends and lovers alike. Despite what we prefer to believe, fathers (like mothers) are NOT hardwired to love their children. It is the child, not the parents, whom evolution has equipped with a powerful need to love and be loved as an aid to survival. In fact, about half of all humans on this planet have parents who range from “great” to “good enough.” For the other half – those who ended up with toxic fathers, there is hope and healing. Yes… fathers day is coming and not everyone is excited to celebrate dad. I was adopted and had a toxic adoptive father. In fact, I talk about him with detail and you can hear about it on the podcast below. It is from 2007 but the content is still relevant today... // Find Mozelle @