In this episode, Amanda Osowski MPH, CD, CPLC highlights her personal struggles with infertility, then dives into fun, tried and true ways couples can increase intimacy and connectedness during this vulnerable time.
In this episode, Dana Moss shares what ultimately caused her and her husband to part ways with his side of the family, the impact it’s had on her family, and when it’s time for you to do the same.
In this episode, writer and spiritual counselor, Chiara Townley, opens up about why it took her months to love her baby and how embarking on a spiritual journey not only taught her about her body but cultivated a stronger relationship with her child.
In this episode, Josephine Atluri, a meditation expert and host of the Responding to Life podcast, opens up about her difficult journey of becoming a mom to five using IVF, surrogacy, and international adoption. She shares how her challenging circumstances propelled her forward and ultimately led her to peace.
In this episode, Brittany Bergman, author of Expecting Wonder: The Transformative Experience of Becoming a Mother, provides an insightful glimpse into early motherhood, her struggles with mom rage, and how she doesn’t feel fulfilled by motherhood, despite loving her two children more than the world.
In this episode, Rosanna Berardi, a funny lawyer, entrepreneur, and ultimate queen of the household, shares her top hacks and tips for tackling remote learning, meal planning, and all those minor annoyances that pile up on mom’s plates.
Ep. 24 – I Don’t Regret Delaying Motherhood to Live a Sex and the City Lifestyle – Michelle Mansfield
In this episode, Michelle Mansfield talks openly about why she doesn’t regret waiting until her late thirties to have a child, how a gay man at a pool party in Mexico changed her motherhood trajectory and the importance of living by your own rules.
With vivid recollection, guest Aliette Silva recounts to Brandi the day she nearly died during childbirth, how her near-death experience significantly impacted her life, and why it’s vital for women to endlessly advocate for their health.
In this episode, Keisha Brooks, a self-proclaimed “open-book” and twin mom, speaks candidly with Brandi about her non-traditional relationship with her ex-partner of 23 years, the trials and tribulations experienced, and her journey of healing after infidelity.
In this episode, Brandi, and host of Bottomless MOMosa podcast, Elisabeth Allen, talk about the impact motherhood has on friendships, how friendships change through life’s seasons, and signs that it’s time to kick a friendship to the curb.
In this episode, Brandi talks with Kiley Taslitz Anderson, co-founder of Jetson and Jettie, about her life-changing experience with pregnancy discrimination, her lawsuit against her former employer, and how this and her c-section experience prompted her to start her own mom-friendly company.
In this episode, a popular mental health advocate, Kristen Gardiner, highlights her struggle with depression, the steps to take if you’re struggling mentally and emotionally, and provides much-needed encouragement and tips for moms during these challenging times.
In this week’s episode, Brandi talks with Monica Rockstroh, professional career pep talker, about the changes women are facing today in the working world, why it’s crucial women negotiate their salaries, and the steps we need to take to spruce up our online presence and ace that interview.
Brandi talks with a cybersecurity expert, Stacy Eldridge, about catfishing, a deceptive activity where a person creates a fake identity on a social networking platform in order to lure their victim into fraud or abuse. Discover the ways to spot a catfish, what to do if you’ve been scammed, and how to protect you and your family online.
In this episode, Brandi talks with Patience Riley, CPC, LPC, the mom coach, therapist, and blogger behind WHOA MAMA, about how to become more comfortable with change and ways to cope with change during unprecedented times.
In this episode, Brandi and celebrity matchmaker, Tammi Pickle, provide dating strategies to help single moms rock the dating scene and tips on how to better support your single friends looking for love.
Join Brandi, along with guests Bethany Johnson and Margaret Quinlan, the authors of the book, “You’re Doing it Wrong! Mothering, Media and Medical Expertise” as they chat about the history of mothering advice in the media, from the Victorian age to the present day, and how social media has placed extraordinary pressures on new moms from pre-conception through early toddlerhood.
Hear how Brandi and Emily are dealing with mom-life in the middle of the COVID quarantine. It involves lots of feeling all the feels to be quite honest. And big changes ahead.
Kelly McLay, a two-time seven continent marathon finisher, and founder and owner of Fitness International Travel, a travel agency focused on bringing runners to marathons around the world, shares her inspiring journey overcoming major fertility obstacles after undergoing early menopause in her twenties.
Popular motherhood and lifestyle writer, Amy Blair, gets candid about the real reason she divorced her husband, how motherhood impacted their relationship, and what made the two decide, after several years apart, to tie the knot again.
Mommy Therapist, Allyson Pitre, returns to Mom After Hours to discuss the impact social isolation is having on our marriages and to provide the necessary tools to keep our relationships happy, healthy, and moving forward.
Chelsea Skaggs, Founder of Postpartum Together, dishes up the truth about the impact that birth and early motherhood can have on your sex life and romantic relationship.
Join Emily and Brandi as they go deep with Celeste Yvonne, a popular writer, and personality, about why she chose to leave the “mommy needs wine” club, and how she accidentally became a spokesmodel for sober moms everywhere.
Joanne Jarrett, a family physician, turned stay-at-home mom, writer, and cozy clothes designer, talks about how motherhood reinvented her career. In this episode, she shares her journey and talks about the importance of staying creative and inspired as a mom.
Emily and Brandi take time out of their “busy” quarantined lives to laugh about the crazy shit we’re all going through, share some corny AF jokes, as well as tips to keep you semi-sane while being trapped with your loud ass kids.
Brandi and Emily talk about what they DON’T do with their kids, at home, and in their lives. In this episode, they talk about the importance of identifying your personal and family values and then prioritizing what they do, what they ask for help with, and what they opt-out of altogether.
Allyson Pitre, M.A., LPC, The Mommy Therapist, talks about isolation and loneliness in motherhood. In this episode, she shares warning signs on when spending too much time alone may be a problem and advice on how to overcome our fears and build relationships and community with other moms.
Are you struggling to balance the demands of being a mother, running a household, and managing a career? US TOO! In this episode, we talk about how re-framing work-life balance as work-life harmony has helped us ditch the guilt of being working mothers. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom with a side hustle or a full-time working mom that goes into the office for a 9-5, you’ll find something to relate to in this episode.
How do you treat your postpartum body? If you’re like us, it’s complicated. Sometimes, we’re in awe and totally love and respect our bodies for everything they’ve done. And other times, we’re beating up on ourselves and not being very nice, to be honest. On today’s show, we unpack our feelings of ambivalence and talk about how we want to improve our relationship with our bodies.
We’re shining a light on mom rage, a topic that tends to be misunderstood, ignored and shamed. Many moms experience rage, but are too afraid to talk about it for fear of judgment or being labeled a “bad mom.” Join us as we discuss our personal experiences with mom rage, our triggers, and what has helped us to chill the hell out.
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