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With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by actress and mother Katie Lowes, each week the show welcomes guests for open and honest conversations about everything parenting from fertility and postpartum life to the trials and tribulations of raising tiny humans.
 
Ali Wentworth has become a comedic authority on dissecting the shit show that is modern life. This season Ali speaks with experts, friends, celebrities, and moms about how to grow a teenager in the middle of a pandemic and how to grow your relationships, all of your relationships, including the one with yourself.
 
Four hilarious and opinionated friends, Ashley Holston, Maame-Yaa Aforo, Shakira Ja’nai Paye and Yazmin Monet Watkins, come together each week for laughs and brutal honesty as they offer their unique perspective and comedic take on the culture.
 
Years ago, a therapist said in our very first session that there are only two things that we can truly control in our lives - our own perception and our own behavior. That's it. Nothing more than that. Each week, The Laverne Cox Show will feature intimate conversations with folks who help me to see and think differently so that maybe I can act differently. It is my hope that this becomes a place that fosters perspectives that might inspire new behavior in each of us, which in turn gets us cl ...
 
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This episode is all about S-E-X. Ali and acclaimed therapist and sex expert Dr. Tiffanie Henry break the silence around taboo subjects. They discuss everything from choosing the right type of lube to how to have age-appropriate talks with children about sex. If you want to know how you can take charge of your orgasm — or even have an orgasm at all …
 
It was the fall of 2017 when the MeToo Movement exploded. It seemed every woman on social media was typing #MeToo. The reality of how many people had experienced some sort of sexual harassment, assault or other violence shocked nearly everyone. MeToo was the charge that galvanized millions of survivors and allies around the world. MeToo = You Are N…
 
Katie Lowes and Adam Shapiro welcomed their daughter Vera Fay to the world on November 22, 2020. In this episode, Katie invites her husband Adam and her doula Rebecca Benenati back to Katie’s Crib for a healing discussion about her delivery and the 9 months leading up to it. Through laughter and a few tears, the three recount the many obstacles bro…
 
Hey, Criminalia fans! Obviously, you love great podcasts and we think you'd love the new season of Katie's Crib as well. Check out the trailer to decide for yourself! About Katie's Crib: With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by a…
 
Hey, You Down? fans! Obviously, you love great podcasts and we think you'd love the new season of Katie's Crib as well. Check out the trailer to decide for yourself! About Katie's Crib: With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by ac…
 
Hey, Lavern Cox Show fans! Obviously, you love great podcasts and we think you'd love the new season of Katie's Crib as well. Check out the trailer to decide for yourself! About Katie's Crib: With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted…
 
Hey, Go Ask Ali fans! Obviously, you love great podcasts and we think you'd love the new season of Katie's Crib as well. Check out the trailer to decide for yourself! About Katie's Crib: With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by a…
 
Hey, Bridgerton fans! Obviously, you love great podcasts and we think you'd love the new season of Katie's Crib as well. Check out the trailer to decide for yourself! About Katie's Crib: With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by a…
 
Some people knew Christian Gerhartsreiter as Chris Gerhart, a University of Wisconsin film student. Others knew Christopher Chichester, a descendant of British royalty. Still others knew him as Christopher Crowe, a film and TV producer. But most people knew him as Clark Rockefeller, who claimed to be heir to the Rockefeller dynasty. And he pulled i…
 
In the season four opener, Katie Lowes catches up with actress, singer, and brand new mama Kat McPhee Foster to hear all about her journey to parenthood with her husband David Foster. Kat reveals all that went down (and came up) in her delivery room, how her son’s name was chosen, and how her pregnancy impacted her relationship with her body. Plus,…
 
Ali Wentworth revisits her conversation with bestie and supermodel Brooke Shields to discuss social media and the hyper-sexualization of teenage girls. Brooke also opens up about her own complicated relationship with sexuality and both women dig into how they’re navigating monitoring their daughters’ activity on social media. If you have questions …
 
hey’ve laughed, they’ve cried, they’ve sang out of tune. After podcasting through the pandemic, Obama’s Other Daughters delivers a very special season finale dedicated to the listeners! Maame-Yaa, Ashley, Shakira, and Yazmin have a host of opinions as they offer four lucky listeners some final words of advice. Learn more about your ad-choices at ht…
 
#PenEloise is the enviable friendship from the Bridgerton book series that blossoms with the Shondaland treatment. Actresses Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton) and Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington) discuss the similarities between their on-screen friendship and their real-life friendship while sharing memorable behind-the-scenes moments. Lea…
 
On the heels of the largest student-led national protest aimed at highlighting the erasure of LGBTQ+ people in schools, Ali Wentworth revisits her conversation with Stephen Russell, Ph.D (Regents’ Professor of Child Development) to discuss ways families can support LGBTQ+ teens. Dr. Russell provides insight into the unique challenges faced by queer…
 
On May 25, 1861, Emma Edmonds became Private Franklin Thompson and was mustered into Company F of the Second Michigan Regiment of Volunteer Infantry as a 3-year recruit. Fueled by love of her country and a see slavery's end, Emma, as Frank, volunteered to fight for the Union armies. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwo…
 
This week OOD speaks with renowned scholar of Africana studies, Dr. Greg Carr. In electrifying prose, Dr. Carr breaks down Pan-Africanism and the African Diaspora, and lays out a vision for a more Afro-centric future. The girls share their feelings towards their own African heritage and the idea of “The Year of Return,” the physical and psychologic…
 
Hear how Shondaland adapted Quinn’s tales of the mildly mannered into a world of audacious plots for television. Author Julia Quinn shares her thoughts on the ways her series of Romance novels complement some of Shondaland’s storytelling values. Executive producers Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers and Chris Van Dusen share how the audacious plots of the …
 
Dr. Lisa Damour (psychologist and author of Untangled and Under Pressure) joins Ali to discuss teens and emotional health. Dr. Damour touches on different types of stress and how parents can manage the dreaded meltdowns, instill academic confidence in their daughters, and navigate social turmoil in a socially distanced world. If you have questions …
 
On this episode the girls have their birth charts read by none other than the illustrious Chani Nicholas! Chani Nicholas is a queer astrologer who weaves social justice and progressive politics into her work. She’s also one of the most famous astrologers alive. You may know her from your email inbox and her daily, weekly, and monthly horoscopes. Af…
 
Guest-host Annabelle Hood and actress Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington) highlight the episode easter eggs you may have missed, while historian Dr. Hannah Greig's fascination with Regency gossip gives us a unique look into the scandal sheets of old. Plus, executive producer Shonda Rhimes and novel series author Julia Quinn share the fanfare a…
 
Doctors, authors, and twin sisters Lexie and Lindsay Kite have a message for us girls and women out there to defy the world and love our bodies. Sounds simple enough, right? Uh huh. When was the last time you were ok with going up a size? Now you get it. They talk with Ali about how to combat the pressures women feel to conform to ideals set mostly…
 
When did you know that you had arrived at adulthood? In this episode, OOD discusses what it means to be a modern adult. From growing breasts to getting tattoos to buying health insurance, becoming a “grown-up” isn’t exactly the fantasy they pictured as kids. But it’s not all bills and wrinkles. Wiith age comes wisdom, perspective, and maybe (just m…
 
In this episode we learn how the revolutionary role of intimacy coordinators enhance the way directors and actors tap into the most delicate parts of performance. Guest-host Jess Brownell and executive producer Shonda Rhimes break down some of Shondaland's perspectives on storytelling through sex and Bridgerton intimacy coordinator Lizzy Talbot rev…
 
The scientific study of happiness is a relatively new field, but in the past 30 years it has exploded. Fantastic! What have we learned? First off, great news, it turns out that we are NOT completely powerless against our DNA. Sure, our genes play a significant role, but there are many very important areas of our "happiness portfolio" that are compl…
 
Are you down with the female rap renaissance? This week, OOD discuss the gendered double standards in the rap world and the up and coming artists that should be on your playlist. They also invite “God Save The Queens” author Kathy Iandoli on to speak to the historical legacy of women in hip hop, how to be white and not offend everyone else in the r…
 
The Laverne Cox Show will return from its brief hiatus in May! Just a few guests lined up are activist and MeToo creator Tarana Burke on reclaiming the movement; award-winning author, educator, and musician Kevin Allred on politicizing Beyonce; and researcher and academic Richard Rothstein on the roots of housing inequality in America. // Thank you…
 
The costume design, hair and makeup teams of Bridgerton offered viewers a kaleidoscope of characters and backstories by dressing every single member of the show’s brilliant ensemble. We hear how some of our favorite characters collaborated with costume designers Ellen Mirojnick and John Glaser. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheart…
 
Ali is pretty cynical when it comes to meditation. She’s convinced there is nothing that can possibly calm her busy mind. Then there’s Bob. Bob Roth is the transcendental meditation teacher to the stars having taught, among many others, Oprah Winfrey, Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks and, yes, George Stephanopoulos. He breaks down with Ali the approach, val…
 
Olga “Janina,” a protofeminist and Polish pianist, was known for stalking Hungarian composer Franz Liszt. Franz’s name may or may not ring a bell, but he was recognized as a musical “rockstar” during the Romantic era. He composed a number of popular classical pieces that are still heard of today (“Hungarian Rhapsody”). Sure, fans may have screamed …
 
What would you do if you went in for a COVID test and walked out with stage 4 lung cancer? Oh, and no symptoms. The unthinkable has happened to author and actress Annabelle Gurwitch. She opens up to Ali about this emotional and life changing rollercoaster. She tells Ali what she has learned about herself, her friends, and her sense of humor through…
 
We all know of a couple of the most popular U.S. presidential assassins in history (e.g., John Wilkes Booth). But what about those who aren’t talked about? Meet Richard Lawrence and Charles Guiteau. Richard Lawrence in 1835 stalked and attempted to murder President Andrew Jackson. And in 1881, Charles Guiteau succeeded in killing President James Ga…
 
There are not enough words to describe Ts Madison. Bold. Brash. Outrageous. Loud. Colorful. Savvy. But first and foremost Entrepreneur. Ts is an openly transgender entertainer who learned young how to hustle and make that coin. She learned business the hard way as a sex worker, but her head for business, marketing and promotion has led her to mains…
 
Ali gets personal with actress, producer, author, activist and feminist Marlo Thomas about her 40-year marriage to TV talk show host Phil Donahue. It was a marriage she wasn’t looking for and never saw coming, but as Marlo says, “He just became essential and I couldn’t live without him.” Well, it’s one thing to find your irreplaceable person, but h…
 
Adele Hugo (1830-1915) was the youngest child of Victor Hugo, a major French writer of the Romantic era. She also was known for stalking a British officer known as Lieutenant Albert Pinson in the mid-1800s. The lieutenant at one time asked for Adele’s hand in marriage, but Adele declined the proposal. As Pinson moved on however, Hugo’s daughter dis…
 
Are you down to chase your dreams? This week, OOD discuss manifestation, moving to LA, setbacks along the way and more. Plus, a listener writes in about a stubborn ghost. Need OOD’s advice? Send your dilemma to OODpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on social, @obamasotherdaughters on instagram, @OODimprov on twitter, and @ Obama’s Other Daughters on Faceb…
 
Music absolutely shapes how we process the ache and splendor of our favorite characters on screen. In this episode, Shonda Rhimes -- the empress of knocking us off the couch with music and a word (“...you’re my person,” anybody??) -- talks about the transformative power of a good score. Composer Kris Bowers and choreographer Jack Murphy discuss the…
 
Ali loves therapy. She’s a huge proponent of it for anyone and everyone and believes in the personal growth made possible just by talking to someone. Of course not all therapists are made alike, so she’s talking to psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb about therapy: what should you look for in a therapist, what to expect out of the relationship, how it ca…
 
Beauty. What is it? Who has it and who doesn’t. Does it really matter? Sure, everyone would probably like to be “beautiful” if given a choice, but does it actually matter? Kimberly Foster says yes. Actually she says hell, yes. The way a person is perceived in the world affects everything from job security to healthcare, which means there are real c…
 
Jane Bigelow (1829-1889) goes down in history as a socialite who once stalked the great English writer Charles Dickens. As the “Oliver Twist” author toured the U.S. in the late 1860s, Jane displayed obsessive efforts that went far beyond the actions of other screaming fans. From threatening individuals who got close to Dickens, to even assaulting a…
 
This week the girls discuss what they’re afraid of, how fear stops us all from living our best lives, and how important it is to do the scary shit anyways. They also give some advice on fur babies and play a game that reveals some interesting phobias. Need OOD’s advice? Send your dilemma to OODpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on social, @obamasotherdaug…
 
The marriage market in the world of Bridgerton is a strategic dance of advancing family fortune and political clout. The accompanying debutante presentations before the real-life monarchy were phased out decades ago by Queen Elizabeth II. But Executive Producer Betsy Beers shares why it’s the kind of snow globe of rules and social codes Shondaland …
 
This week, Ali explores authentic love with guest Glennon Doyle. Both of their stories suggest that once it hits you it is undeniable, but what happens when that authentic love is with a person that is not at all what you were looking for? What if choosing that person means rocking the boat? The “Untamed” author opens up about the life experiences …
 
Jennifer Burton Flier is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice and a senior faculty member with Trauma Resource Institute (TRI). She is also certified in Brene Brown’s Daring Way and Rising Strong models. The Community Resiliency Model she teaches with TRI focuses on stabilizing the nervous system when we are under stress or …
 
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