95 episodes

Mom Rage is a podcast dedicated to expanding the conversation about motherhood.

Mom Rage Amelia Morris and Edan Lepucki: Writers and mothers

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

Mom Rage is a podcast dedicated to expanding the conversation about motherhood.

    Mini Season-3 Finale

    Mini Season-3 Finale

    In this wee little finale, Edan and Amelia celebrate the end of season 3 with individual voice memos. They each talk about their favorite moments from the season and then read a poem, too.

    • 12 min
    Siri, How Do You Get Divorced?

    Siri, How Do You Get Divorced?

    Edan and Amelia share what they cooked and what gave them joy, and discuss being married under quarantine. Then, at around 37:00, they hear from three women who are essential workers: Keeley McNamara is a nurse-midwife in Queens; in Boston, Isha Agarwal is an emergency medical resident and Maggie Harrington is her family's nanny.
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    • 56 min
    Mothers Before

    Mothers Before

    Edan and Amelia check in with one another midway through week 4 of social distancing: what they ate, what they watched, and two interesting articles they read. At about 39:00, they celebrate the publication of Mothers Before: Stories and Portraits of Our Mothers As Never Saw Them by playing calls from four contributors about their mothers before they became mothers.
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    Circles of Okayness

    Circles of Okayness

    Edan and Amelia share their cooking joys, homeschooling rage, thoughts on celebrity culture and our own valuable skills, and even one pretty poem. At about 40:00, they interview pediatric therapist Hanna Novak about how to help our kids (and ourselves!) during this challenging time.
     
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Alone Together, Cont.

    Alone Together, Cont.

    Edan and Amelia talk about the anxiety some parents have been feeling about their kids' education during this self-isolating time, and they discuss how the coronavirus is revealing just how much work parenting is. On Thursday, before this executive order by NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, they listen to two Labia Hotline calls and, at about 29:00, talk to midwife Kat Potthoff about how pregnant people can prepare for childbirth during this trying time. 
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    • 58 min
    You Never Had Control

    You Never Had Control

    Edan and Amelia check in with one another about their week (and counting) of social distancing. What made them cry, and what made them feel joy? They read an email from a listener and patron about paying for the podcast, and then they discuss a rap song. 
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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

SFB88 ,

In awe/love

Amelia and Edan are the real deal and I would be less satiated every Monday without this brilliant podcast. I am not a mother but am in the process of trying to become one, and this podcast loosens my brooding bones. 10/10 would love to be friends with these two.

Here for the Merch ,

My Favourite Podcast

I have been listening to Momrage on another podcast app which doesn’t have reviews, and I’ve joined Apple Podcasts now JUST so I can give Momrage 5 stars and write an effusive review. The show is funny, provocative, interesting, informative, honest and real. Really grateful to Amelia and Edan for sharing their ideas and experiences.

Sara Ess ,

Essential conversations

I've been listening since the first episode and continue to look forward to each new show. Amelia and Edan make themselves vulnerable and I've learned a lot from observing my own responses to their conversations. I love the part of the show where it's the two of them talking to each other and filling us in on the motherhood-related events in their lives. The guests are also great. As a fairly new mother who is also a writer and juggling some similar issues to the ones discussed on the show, pretty much everything resonates with me and I find myself eagerly relying on this show every week. If you want a non-corporate, honest show about motherhood where nothing is off limits, check this one out. As a woman of colour, I also appreciate the efforts the hosts put in to be aware of their whiteness and privilege. Keep it up!

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