Episode 29: "Let's Talk About Sex"

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Episode 27: "Gummy Bears and Dirtbags"

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Episode 22: "The Portrait of a Lady as a Mom"

Books we mention this episode. #books4ever

Episode 21: "The Heart of Te Fiti"

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Episode 20: "Screen Rage"

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Edan’s Instagram account featuring mothers before they were mothers: Mothers Before.

Jen Gotch’s podcast.

On Being episode with Sherry Turkle.

Sherry Turkle’s books!

The Dangers of Distracted Parenting by Erika Christakis

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Mom by Kim Brooks

What Do We Do with the Art of Monstrous Men? by Claire Dederer

Rebecca Solnit on Women’s Work and the Myth of the Art Monster

Episode 19: "A Very Special Episode"

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Episode 18: "Welcome to Holland"

Books, articles, and one podcast we mention this episode. 

Episode 17: "This is the Antidote"

One book and one organization we talk about this episode!

Episode 16: "Living in the Rut"

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Episode 15: "Snack Trays"

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Episode 14: "Thinkers and Tryers"

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Episode 13: "Where Are Your Kids Right Now?"

Here are all the books and essays we mentioned this episode. Go ahead and treat yourself! (The links are to Amazon UGH, but please consider your local bookstore! 

Essays we mention, including my own!

Episode 11: "What Would Lao Tzu Do?"

Links are to Amazon, but please do consider ordering through your local bookstore!

Here's a link to the Howard Zinn essay, The Optimism of Uncertainty via The Sun magazine.

Episode 10: "Big Labia Energy"

Books mentioned in this episode. Links are to Amazon, but please consider your local bookstore!

This is the podcast mentioned: Gymcastic. Click here to access the episode featuring Nancy Hogshead-Makar, former professor of Sports Law and head of women’s sports advocacy group, Champion Women.