Founder of 'Girls Who Code' Says Girl Boss Culture is Dead: The New Way to Get to the Corner Office
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Ironman Champion Mom on Getting Back Into Competition Mode After Delivering First Child
'We're Momming Today' with the winner of the 2022 Ironman World Championship, Chelsea Sodaro. While professional sports is her full-time job, morning sickness, pelvic floor issues, and anxiety impacted her ability to train, recover, and compete.
Single Mom Says Congressional Run A 'Calling From God'; Hopes To Restore Dignity To Politics
'We're Momming Today' with Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick about winning her race in Florida after two failed attempts. Plus, what gave the single mom motivation and how she hopes to bring dignity back to politics.
Mammograms Are the First Line of Defense in Detecting Breast Cancer, But Here's Why They Can't Be The LaMammograms Are the First Line of Defense in Detecting Breast Cancer, But Here's Why They Can't Be The Last
'We're Momming Today' with host of Fox's Good Day Orlando, Amy Kaufeldt, a mother of three and breast cancer survivor. Amy recently opened up about her breast cancer journey to explain why a mammogram isn't always sufficient in breast cancer detection.
Author Ashley Bisman Pens Love Letter 'Chasing Butterflies' to Her Father Years After Losing Him On 9/11
Ashley Bisman's father worked on the 101st floor of the World Trade and on September 11, 2001, she instinctively knew she would never see her father again. Now a mother of two, she released 'Chasing Butterflies,' a love letter to her dad about their bond.
Candace Cameron Bure On Young Love, Motherhood and the Entertainment Industry
'We're Momming Today' with the incredibly talented Candace Cameron Bure. Candace, who you probably remember from her days on 'Full House,' shares her secret to being married for 26 years and how her parenting style has changed.
Child Sexual Abuse Survivor Highlights Importance Of Teaching Kids What To Watch Out For
Dr. Shamina Aubuchon, author of 'If You Touch, I'll Tell,' talks about how she turned her own experiences and trauma with sexual abuse into a guide for parents and children to prevent it from happening to them... and what to say and so if it does.
Why You Should Seriously Consider Attending Your School Board Meetings
'We're Momming Today' with Olivia Barnard, a single mom, and realtor living near Austin, Texas. Olivia was inspired to run for her school's board. She's sharing the top concerns for parents in her district, including masking students and race.
Why Are Teens So Angry and Depressed? Expert Weighs In and Shares How Parents Can Help
We're Momming Today' with Dr. Ken Ginsburg, co-founder of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication. We're discussing why it's so difficult to be an adolescent's parent! Dr. Ken shares how to set boundaries, build trust, and knowing when to seek help.
Mom and Presidential Advisor Weighs In On Succeeding At Work and Home
'We're Momming Today' with Mercedes Schlapp. Mother and former advisor to President Donald Trump. She recollects her time in the White House while raising five daughters and discusses how the American education system is affecting our youth.
Mom Refuses to Accept Baby's Heart Condition as Death Sentence, Raises Money and Awareness for Others
'We're Momming Today' with Elizabeth Nichols about how she managed through receiving a prenatal diagnosis of a very rare heart defect for her third child, Sunley. Liz raises money to help others through the Write With Light Project.
What Can We Do About the Baby Formula Shortage Affecting So Many Families Right Now?
We're Momming Today with Bethany Mandel, a mom of five children under eight! We're discussing the shocking baby formula shortage in the country right now, an issue affecting so many families out there, and this has gone to a full-blown crisis.
How Has the College Application Process Changed Since the Inception of the Pandemic?
'We're Momming Today' with Andrea Koncz, she has two kids, two grandkids, and knows the process of getting Junior into college. We're discussing what you can expect going into college and what graduates can expect in this tight but promising job market.