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Tell Me About Your Mother

By Critical Frequency

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Your mom is likely the first female role model you had--good or bad. Journalist Amy Westervelt talks to a variety of women about what their mothers taught them, connecting these personal histories to the broader story of modern women.

Customer Reviews

I love it

Just listened to the first episode and omg I am hooked. I love this so much! Such wonderful storytelling and the music is hauntingly good.


The first episode was a great listen and provided me with perspective on my own relationships. I think this series is going to help make me a better mom and daughter. Thanks to Amy and Ashley for sharing this story with us.

This was seriously one of the most interesting podcasts I've listened to...

In a world dominated by male storytelling, this is a serious breath of fresh air. I found it interesting not only from the perspective of someone who is involved in advocating for women's issues, but also from the perspective of someone who lost their mother earlier in life and has spent considerable time thinking about her influence.

On so many levels, women will find this interesting. If you are a mom, it will make you think about your parenting. If you're not a mom, (and even if you are) you will find yourself thinking about your own answers to Amy's questions.

You'll laugh. You'll cry. It will reach you so deeply the 40 minutes won't seem like enough.

Amy asks great questions, and she really lets her subjects shine. I wholeheartedly recommend this podcast and will be eagerly awaiting the next episode.

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