Some of you need today’s episode. Some of you may think it’s a little extreme. If so, it will give you a look into an experience that many other moms are having, that luckily you didn’t. So either way there is something to be learned, or a new perspective to be gained.… Read more
Join me as I interview Darcy Lockman, author of All the Rage: Mothers, Fathers, and the Myth of Equal Partnership. This book. Just. Wow. You’re not imagining things – even egalitarian households turn into mini-patriarchies after welcoming kids, but you will be surprised at all that’s at play.… Read more
This isn’t your average, annoying podcast about meditation and how easy and transformative it is, and how it only takes thirty minutes and day and any mom can find that time blah blah blah. Instead, my friend Jeanine walks us through a task-filled meditation that is quick, practical, and do-able – you could even do it in the school pick-up line or while waiting at gymnastics practice.… Read more
Join me and my ex-doula partner, Amanda, as she tells me she sees happening in motherhood, from the outside looking in. Amanda has been helping people become mothers for more than a decade, but she isn’t one herself. And I know what you’re gonna say, then WTF does she know about it?… Read more
Nod your head along as four hilarious and honest moms admit their favorite and least favorite parts of being mothers. They divulge what surprised them most about motherhood, what makes it all worth it (three of the four said the same thing!), and also how they work through mom guilt to allow themselves to attend things like a five-day writer’s retreat, which is where this episode was recorded.… Read more
In Part 2 of “Behind the Curtain of Motherhood,” Jessica and I will cover sex after having kids, threesomes we’ve all been in, being diagnosed with “Cockblockers,” why early motherhood is like triage, and what one dad learned about how foreplay changes.… Read more
In Part 1 of “Behind the Curtain of Motherhood,” join Jessica and I for real talk about motherhood, marriage, “Dad privilege,” rage, resentment, and the complicated nature of being a mom.