In season 2, we're focusing on bringing you meaningful stories about issues impacting women globally. Podcast episodes will be posted monthly so we can dive more deeply into specific themes and amplify voices in a more authentic way!
A short snippet of mother & podcast host, Diane Danvers Simmons', soon to be released memoir, My Mother Next Door.
What is the impact of having a child on your brain and body? How do you navigate postpartum depression? What are some things you should know about pelvic floor dysfunction? These topics aren’t covered as often as they should be by medical professionals. So in this episode of Mothers and Daughters Unfiltered, Diane and Natalie chat with Dr. Amanda Fisher and Denielle Finkelstein about these important topics.
Thanks to Disney, “stepmother” has conjured up images of wicked witches and evil plots of revenge. Show host, Diane, sits down with her stepdaughter, Kelly, to be interviewed by Natalie about the ups and downs of their relationship; and, hopefully (fingers crossed) prove the evil caricature to be a myth.
Diane & Natalie recall their pre-pandemic trip to Colombia and talk with millennial host and native Cartagenera, Natalia about local culture, relationships, language and the role that classism plays in modern society.
In Season 2’s fourth episode Diane & Natalie combine forces with fashion’s mother daughter duo, Alison Bruhn & Delia Folk of The Style that Binds Us. Together we shed our pandemic sweatsuits and discuss the re-emergence of color, pattern and fashion as we know and love it this summer!
Let’s talk about periods. In conversation with The Organic Project (TOP) Co-Founders, Thyme Sullivan and Denielle Finkelstein, the ladies talk candidly and laugh often about an experience all women share but few talk openly about. Learn about what’s in your tampons and why organic is so important; how you can skip the cardboard and cup while still “saving the planet”; and, when and how you can start the period talk with your daughter.