We are challenging and changing ideas about motherhood.
The Momtellectual Podcast is equal parts education, entertainment, and community building. It is geared toward moms who are smart, crave intellectual, “adult” conversation, love learning, and who sometimes feel lonely and disconnected as they move through their motherhood journey. They’re often told they “think too much!”, and would love to find others like themselves and connect.
The Momtellectual Podcast, just like motherhood itself, is about balance and the constant motion that balance requires! We try not to take ourselves too seriously, but we also do not avoid controversial topics to remain “light”.
While being entertaining, fun, and casual, we address important issues that often have multiple viewpoints. Rather than trying to provide “all the answers”, we encourage conversations that explore multiple perspectives and possibilities, and end with listeners having to make up their own minds about what is right for them.
For the official podcast website, visit https://www.momtellectual.com - there you can find our podcast episodes (also available on iTunes and other podcast hosts), our blog, and information about how to be a guest or sponsor.
I am interviewing smart, successful moms who are finding parenting surprisingly challenging, and sharing their experiences and insights with.... Other smart, successful moms who are finding parenting challenging. And who felt alone. But not any more.
Books specifically covering miscarriage and stuggles with fertility are scheduled for release in spring 2019. The Momtellectual book is due in July 2019.
If you would like to be kept notified of book releases and early bird discounts, events, and other news, you can sign up here: https://www.momtellectual.com/the-book/
Tamsen is a Truth Questioner, helping moms free themselves from the stories they get told (and that they tell themselves).
Tamsen is an emotional educator, and uses her own experience with loss to help mothers so that they can help their own children.
If you want to connect with Tamsen to find out about her infertility and miscarriage support programs or her other projects, you can start at her hub website, https://www.tamsenconnects.com
For those who care about credentials, Tamsen has a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from The University of Western Ontario, is certified in the Grief Recovery Method® by the Grief Recovery Institute®, and is a certified project manager (PMP®) with the Project Management Institute®.