A Human Love Story

Matt Hopwood

Date Published :
May 2019
Publisher :
Contributor(s) :
Miranda Sawyer
Series :
Human Love Stories
Illustration :
color throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781780275123
Pages : 192
Dimensions : 7.7 X 5.1 inches
Stock Status : In stock


Compassion, nurturing and pain are at the heart of everyone’s story of mothers and motherhood.  In this book, Matt Hopwood presents a selection of deep, powerful stories of and by mothers which were told openly and bravely to him. Women, men, children, teenagers and centenarians tell their experiences of childhood, motherhood, birth, loss, yearning, fear, contentment, love and divinity. They tell of connection with Mother and the Mother instincts that reside in every human being.

Together, these stories, from as far afield as  the USA, Russia, Taiwan, and Europe as well as the UK, are a gift that help bring us to a deeper understanding of our humanity and the role of the intuitive feminine Mother that is so needed by every one of us.

About The Author

Matt Hopwood is a storyteller and a facilitator of sharing space. He is a graduate in Applied Anthropology from Goldsmith’s University, a former teacher and worked alongside community projects in Kenya, Palestine and Israel. He admits to having struggled to feel or express any emotions at all until he reached his 30s and, having decided to tackle this, he has made it his life’s mission to build, grow and enhance connections between people through their simple and vulnerable, precious stories of love.


[Matt Hopwood] allows us all to learn more about the thing that makes each of our lives unique – our experience and understanding of love' 

- Clare Balding

Motherhood is a transformational journey but it’s not an exclusive journey, what [Matt] is saying is that we can all key into motherhood and experience that narrative…'

- Rev. Kate Bottley, BBC Radio 2

One of the most valuable insights we can have is to appreciate the insights of others.  The world of love as seen from a different angle than our own. Make time for this man – his ministry is both vivid and valuable'

- Peter Owen Jones

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