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Best Tired As A Mother podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tired As A Mother podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Fare of the Free Child podcast focuses on Black people, Indigenouse people, and People of Color (BIPOC) families who practice unschooling and other forms of Self-Directed, decolonized living and learning. Each weekly episode examines a particular way that we’ve accepted coercive, emotionally and physically damaging habits as a normal part of adult-child relationships. With a focus on deschooling one’s self, decolonizing education, and exploring radical self-expression, this podcast both chal ...
 
TIRED OF THE LIES AND THE SPIN perpetuated in the culture about men, women, sex and love? Does the relentless propaganda make you feel as if you’re going mad? If so, get ready to hear hard-hitting truths about women and men that will make you cry out “Yes! Finally someone tells the truth!” In her signature no-nonsense style, author and marriage coach Suzanne Venker challenges the culture's hugely flawed notion that men are women are "equal," as in the same, which has infected society and cau ...
 
Leo Tolstoy’s psychological novel Anna Karenina follows the life of the enchanting and rebellious Anna who seeks to break free from the shackles of society. Set in late 19th century Russia, Anna is portrayed as an ideal, cultivated aristocratic wife, mother and model for women alike. Although at first glance she seems to have it all in life, Anna yearns for love and affection- something her cold diplomatic husband cannot provide. She grows discontent of their loveless relationship, and is ti ...
 
This series is for anyone who has voluntarily or involuntarily found themselves childless and is looking for signs out there that life gets better! If you are sick and tired of that same old tune in your head that sounds something like 'the only happy ending involves having children,' you are in the right place. It is time to rewrite that happy ending. Join me as we hear honest, open, warm stories from inspirational men and women from all over the world who have found their happy endings and ...
 
Lisa Reynolds, RedPlum’s Mom-saver-in-chief and host of Viva la Value, is a busy working mom of two young boys who lives and breathes the value lifestyle she talks about during her radio show. Lisa’s advice? Never buy anything that’s not on sale and don’t go to the store without your coupons. She gets her love of deal hunting from her mother who she describes as “helpful Heloise” and from her grandmother who lived through the Great Depression and mailed her coupons for many years. When she’s ...
 
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Biz is joined by guest co-host Jade, host of the Black Plant Chick podcast, to talk house plants! Jade tells us the benefits of caring for plants during stressful times and gives us some suggestions on how to start. Even if your thumb isn't so green, there are still options for you. Plants, they won’t add more noise to your house. Follow Jade on In…
 
Welcome back, homies (and new homies, too)! Y’all ready for season 5? In today’s episode Akilah shares ideas and invitations for what’s to come in the new season of Fare Of The Free Child. WHAT WE DISCUSS Akilah talks about deschooling and unschooling, not as something we learn from a curriculum nor a thing we perform, but as a way of being. It’s t…
 
Do you ever feel pressured from the culture to do marriage a certain way? Does it cause you to wonder about other people’s marriages—how they do things, perhaps—and then you get caught up in thoughts about what you think you should be doing? As natural as that tendency may be, my husband Bill and I going to talk about why cultural pressures should …
 
Biz is joined by podcaster and writer Margaret Ables to talk about survival mode. Are we surviving? Yes. Maybe? But are we really still supposed to be in survival mode after all this time or have we moved on to some kind of weird acceptance phase? Either way, we don't love it. Let's just have a snack and watch some trash TV instead? Follow Margaret…
 
Every week I talk to women who’ve been utterly bamboozled by a culture steeped in feminist propaganda re work, sex, dating and relationships. So many of their problems stem from the sexual revolution, but rarely is this revolution talked about separately from the feminist movement. How did the women’s movement, which fought for equal opportunity fo…
 
This is Week Three of the #MaxFunDrive and you can join or upgrade your membership and get awesome thank-you gifts at maximumfun.org/join — AND WE THANK YOU. We are still here. So let’s feel a little better by listening to the second ever Pandemic Genius Spectacular plus Fails and Rants! Check out Theresa’s book! It Feels Good To Be Yourself is ava…
 
We are so ready for some indoor plant tips from Plant It Up Podcast. As a close-out for the fourth season we decided to do one more episode with @valandourplants - you’re welcome :) And remember, Akilah will be back on August 12th with Season 5! In the meantime, listen as Val (Akilah’s resident plant lady who also happens to be her Mama!) talks abo…
 
When it comes to American women, there's no shortage of attention paid to their needs, their desires, their education, their careers, and their rights. That is not the case for men, and it is no different in Australia—as Australian writer and commentator Bettina Arndt can attest. Bettina started out as one of Australia’s first sex therapists before…
 
This is Week Two of the #MaxFunDrive and you can join or upgrade your membership and get awesome thank-you gifts at maximumfun.org/join — AND WE THANK YOU. Biz is joined by librarian extraordinaire Gwen Glazer to talk about the joys and misconceptions of being and having an only child. According to strangers on the street, your choice to have an on…
 
Welcome to the fourth season finale of Fare of the Free Child! Today’s episode features Kris Richards, he and Akilah will be talking about some upcoming surprises and topics for the fifth season. We also shout out the members of our Make It Happen Family; thank you all for your comments and support! Akilah just saw more than a hundred comments on h…
 
In her book, What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us, Canadian-American author and journalist Danielle Crittenden examines the foremost issues in women's lives—sex, marriage, motherhood, work, aging, and politics—and argues that a generation of women has been misled: taught to blame men and pursue independence at all costs. Happiness is obtainable, Critten…
 
This is Week One of the #MaxFunDrive and you can join or upgrade your membership and get awesome thank-you gifts at maximumfun.org/join -- AND WE THANK YOU. Biz is joined by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen to unpack parenting and work in the time of Covid-19. Parents are being asked to do impossible things right now as we all try to figure out how …
 
Growing up with a controlling and/or domineering mother can cause all kinds of damage. For a girl, it can cause her to become either insecure or just as controlling in her own marriage or relationship. And for boy, it can and often does suppress his masculinity. Graham Stoney knows this firsthand and wrote an article about it entitled "How to Recov…
 
We are so hyped about today's episode because the day of publishing, July 10th, marks our zeroversary, the 4-year anniversary of Episode 0! It's been quite a journey since Akilah started Fare of the Free Child podcast back in the summer of 2016. Even though it started from a painful place, we feel so very thankful to the community that has come fro…
 
Biz is joined again by special guest co-host Rebecca Blum to talk about all things stepparenting. Rebecca tells us about her journey becoming a Stepmom. What happens when kids show up in your house and you are suddenly a parent without any time to practice? Rebecca reminds us what we have already learned time and time again: be kind to each other b…
 
Suzanne and Andre Paradis answer questions from listeners about their relationship problems and concerns. Some of the questions are as follows: What attracts a good man to a woman? Red Flags/how to know if he/she is marriage material What is the best advice I can pass onto my three boys about dating and navigating the feminist culture and not compr…
 
Biz is joined by guest co-host Rebecca Blum this week to talk about how our children see the future. What do our kids think adulthood will be like? We revisit the games we played as kids that fed our fantasies of life as grown ups. If life turned out like the game MASH, then we would all be married to our childhood crushes and live in mansions. Do …
 
Episode 177 features podcaster Howard Cosmonaut Palmer. His podcast explores inner universes through mindful guided meditation. Today Cosmo gives us some tools to center both harmony and joy, important aspects of our liberation work. Find his podcast: Only Black Cosmonaut WHAT WE DISCUSS Our lives are under a constant saturation of feelings and tho…
 
Last week Stan Wischnowski, top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, was forced to apologize and ultimately resign after using the headline, “Buildings Matter, Too.” He later characterized his own work as “deeply offensive.” Over at the New York Times, editorial page editor James Bennet resigned after a staff uproar as a result of U.S. Senator Repu…
 
Biz and Theresa would like for everyone to stop touching us. Everyone is regressing during the pandemic, which we understand, but also, we don't like it! Our kids have to be on our bodies at all times and sometimes we just want them to leave us alone. Plus, Biz is the jacks master, Theresa is back, and we talk with Lydia Elle about helping our kids…
 
Last episode Akilah talked about the importance of our capacity of resistance and the relevance of trusting our dynamic selves in order to find balance to center our joy. Today’s episode is about Black Joy, and how happiness can be understood as a way of liberation and activism. Can joy be a radical way of resistance? WHAT WE DISCUSS Marley, Akilah…
 
Ever wonder why women, once they took on the role of breadwinner, became more stressed out and, thus, less happy? The reason may be politically inconvenient, but that doesn't make it any less true. Women have a fraction of the amount of testosterone men do, and testosterone is in part responsible for why men are able to be single focused and get en…
 
Biz is joined by author and activist Anastasia Higginbotham to talk about how to discuss deeply uncomfortable topics with our kids. Would you rather try to get your toddler to wear mittens or would you rather talk with your kid about death? Let's be honest, both are difficult things to do, but one may be the real parenting job. Anastasia’s books co…
 
Ways we’re sharing our feelings and experiences Last week we took a pause in our Deschooling Release Party to address everything that was happening with the protests and related feelings. That same week another life, that of Rayshard Brooks, was taken by violent police officers. It feels necessary to take some space and talk about it, and we’re gon…
 
Children of divorce are in desperate need of a relationship with both their parents. Sadly, far too many are reduced to having a relationship with only one parent: the mother. Citing a principle called the “best interest of the child,” family courts award sole or primary custody of most children of divorced parents to mothers, thereby reducing fath…
 
Biz is joined in the virtual studio by James Arthur M., host of Maximum Fun's Minority Korner podcast. We talk about ways in which parents can educate our kids to be anti-racists. We are on the front lines of human rights activism by teaching our children about equity and equality. Follow James on his website at mjamesarthur.com and on Twitter @Jam…
 
In today's episode we are making a pause from our Deschooling Release Party Vol. 2. Akilah addresses anti-blackness and its consequences. These disruptive times are making us more aware and reflective, and we have so many reminders and invitations to be more present. WHAT WE DISCUSS In the summer of 2016 Akilah was starting Fare Of The Free Child, …
 
Suzanne's husband Bill makes a special appearance to discuss answers, along with Suzanne, to listeners' questions. IN THIS EPISODE: 3:35 How Bill and Suzanne met 7:02 How long after they started dating when Bill proposed 8:00 Bill and Suzanne talk about their wedding 9:30 What are each others most annoying habits and how to cope with your partner’s…
 
Biz is joined by Renee Colvert, from Can I Pet Your Dog? We start the show off and end with a reflection on the difficult circumstances we find ourselves in from the continued threat of the pandemic to the centuries long threat of injustice towards people of color. As parent, we are on the front lines to teach our children to understand the issues …
 
Message from Akilah “I felt compelled to bring the sounds of my current city into this episode. I literally missed my deadline to submit the raw audio, because Spirit said Don’t record that intro in the corner of your closet, Sis. Instead, open your window, let the city sound off while you try to speak to some of what you’re feeling. I obeyed. And …
 
It is hardly in question that masculinity in America is under attack. In the social justice crusade to promote the purported underdogs of gender (women, trans, queer), masculinity has become the enemy. America’s youth have been brainwashed to believe that males are predators, and females their prey. Girls are relentlessly empowered to believe they …
 
Summer is here. While there is a lot that we cannot do right now, we can sit back and bask in the warmth of the Genius Fail Spectacular Plus Rants. Check out Theresa’s book! It Feels Good To Be Yourself is available now wherever books are sold. Our book You’re Doing A Great Job!: 100 Ways You’re Winning at Parenting! is available wherever books are…
 
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