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Today we’ve got another bonus episode highlighting another mama podcaster that we love - actually two of them. On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Jenn Samstag and Dr. Sarine Boyadjian, these women are both therapists and moms whos started a passion project to create a space where parents could explore what it’s like to be both parents and people, all while raising tiny humans that make us ask, “is it bedtime yet?” We discuss how their relationship transformed after becoming moms and how this connected their friendship on an even deeper level. They share why you should take in and absorb information but then decipher what will work for your family and ditch the rest. They also dive into maintaining your identity as a person when you become a mama, learning how to manage your fear and anxiety as a parent and mom shame.

What’s In This Episode:

  • Realizing there weren’t enough podcasts for mental health and parenting and focusing in on that niche
  • How Jen and Sarine’s relationship changed once Jen became a mom and could relate and connect to her experience of motherhood on a new level
  • Sarine’s experience of watching Jen become a mother
  • Wanting to be there for someone without influencing them to make decisions based on your knowledge
  • Taking in information and using what works for you and your family
  • The common denominator that they share with all podcast guests and listeners that makes their podcast more relatable
  • Maintaining your identity and who you are when transitioning into motherhood
  • Seeing moms struggle with mom-shaming and feeling unable to keep up with what they see online
  • Playing the comparison game and the internalized shame moms deal with
  • Creating a mom tribe so you don’t feel isolated in motherhood
  • Using their podcast as a way to serve as a resource for moms and helping them to feel validated and a sense of community
  • What current parents deal with that previous generations of parents didn’t including fear, anxiety and an information overload via the internet
  • On the flip side: how mama’s deal with less stigma around female reproductive issues that many dealt with in previous generations of motherhood 
  • Embracing information and knowledge rather than letting it cripple you with fear
  • The healing nature of shared experiences and knowing you’re all in it together
  • The misconception that as a parent you can plan for everything
  • How expectations and plans that you had can crumble once you become a parent
  • Parenting to your own skill set and what feels right for you
  • What’s coming up on their podcast and their goals for the future

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