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Mom Rage

By Amelia Morris and Edan Lepucki: Writers and mothers

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Mom Rage is a podcast dedicated to expanding the conversation about motherhood.

Customer Reviews

Dad rage?

I might not be a mom, but I am a dad with a 2yo and have been enjoying listening to these two cool women’s conversations and processing, as I often find myself relating a lot to the things they discuss- frustrations with family, the political climate, technology, the day to day stuff that dominates the life of a parent, etc.

I have tried to find podcasts about parenting from a progressive left perspective, and while this podcast isn’t expressly that, it kind of ends up filling that niche for me. Since the hosts are both smart (and therefore progressive;) and pretty critical thinkers.

They have had a great roster of guests on for interviews. I usually start each episode just planning on listening to their check in for the first 20-30 minutes and then turning it off as I’m not usually in the mood for listening to an interview, but end up listening to the end because the interviewees have all been rad women with interesting stories/view points.

Also listening to this podcast as a guy, gives me perspective and appreciation into some of the issues my partner (and mother of my child) goes through. They are also super consistent with their releases every week, which has made this one of the podcasts I have grown to look forward to and depend on. Highly recommended.

Refreshing take on motherhood

Podcasts about parenthood often tend either toward the preachy or overly complaining. Not so with Mom Rage. Amelia and Eden’s honest, funny, intelligent discussions highlight the fact that you can desperately love your kids and want to “do it right” but also harbor some pretty intense rage - toward your children maybe, but also your own upbringing and parenting culture at large. Their guest interviews have all been great, too!

Real talk about being a mom, and not only a mom

Disclosure: The hosts are friends but I mean every word I’m about to write. I love the bracing honesty of this show. Edan and Amelia aren’t trying to portray themselves as perfect moms with all the answers, or moms whose entire identities hinge on their kids. They are refreshingly straight about their annoyances, challenges, and fears around motherhood without shortchanging the profound meaning and joy motherhood can bring. And I love the theme song from Amelia’s pint-sized punks!

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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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