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Motherhood Sessions
Being a mom is hard—everybody knows that. But usually we only hear about sleepless nights and diaper changes, not the profound identity shift that accompanies becoming a mother. Motherhood is a psychological big bang. And yet it’s rare to find emotionally honest conversations about it. On Gimlet Media’s Motherhood Sessions, Dr. Alexandra Sacks, a renowned reproductive psychiatrist, sits down with mothers and lets us listen in on conversations that are hard to have outside of a therapist’s office. Each episode features a woman struggling with some problem or question—from career uncertainty...
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4.6 stars from 813 ratings
Motherhood sessions
I was never the type to really listen to radio cast or podcasts but one day I was interested in finding one about motherhood and the struggles I go through on a every day to see if others relate, and I came across this one & it’s the absolute best! I love this podcast. They talk so in depth...Read full review »
Chelsie F via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/20
Fantastic!
So thoughtful and well edited. A pleasure to listen to.
astrianna via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/17/20
Competent, kind and insightful!
Dr. Sacks offers thoughtful and insightful support and wisdom to these mamas coming from a variety of backgrounds with a variety of issues. So grateful for this podcast and her work!
CALMTogether via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/20
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