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Mothers & Daughters Unfiltered is an authentically open and humorously candid dialogue on 21st century living between mother-daughter duo, Diane and Natalie. Explore topics that affect women of all walks of life with female leaders, issue experts, and other mothers and daughters. Together we will share perspectives and stories; thus, collaborating in building a community of informed and empowered women of all ages through curious, compassionate and action-oriented conversation.

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Mothers & Daughters Unfiltered is an authentically open and humorously candid dialogue on 21st century living between mother-daughter duo, Diane and Natalie. Explore topics that affect women of all walks of life with female leaders, issue experts, and other mothers and daughters. Together we will share perspectives and stories; thus, collaborating in building a community of informed and empowered women of all ages through curious, compassionate and action-oriented conversation.

    Sneak Peak of ”My Mother Next Door”

    Sneak Peak of ”My Mother Next Door”

    In this special episode, Diane shares a test recording of the introduction to her soon to be released narrative memoir, My Mother Next Door. Get a taste of the book and learn about some of the reasons she felt compelled to write it. 

    • 16 min
    The Truths About Postpartum Recovery with Dr. Amanda Fisher and Denielle Finkelstein, Ep #7

    The Truths About Postpartum Recovery with Dr. Amanda Fisher and Denielle Finkelstein, Ep #7

    What is the impact of having a child on your brain and body? How do you navigate postpartum depression? What are some things you should know about pelvic floor dysfunction? These topics aren’t covered as often as they should be by medical professionals. So in this episode of Mothers and Daughters Unfiltered, Diane and Natalie chat with Dr. Amanda Fisher and Denielle Finkelstein about these important topics. 


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    [5:48] How Dr. Amanda fisher got into her specialty

    [14:37] Start the discussions about postpartum expectations early

    [19:51] The mental and physical impacts of giving birth

    [28:17] Need-to-know information about pelvic floor dysfunction

    [32:58] The average length of time it takes to recover from birth

    [41:22] The struggle of returning to the workplace


    Resources & People Mentioned
    Episode #3 with Denielle Finkelstein

    Shop The Organic Project (TOP) products on toporganicproject.com


    Connect with Dr. Amanda Fisher and Denielle Finkelstein
    Empower Your Pelvis

    Connect with Dr. Amanda Fisher on LinkedIn

    Connect with Denielle Finkelstein on LinkedIn


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    • 50 min
    Stepmothering: Part I, Ep #6

    Stepmothering: Part I, Ep #6

    Diane wanted to record an episode about the dynamic relationship between step-moms and step-daughters and even interviewed a number of them. But as she finished writing her book, “My Mother Next Door,” Diane felt that she should be doing this episode with her very own stepdaughter. One of the topics in Diane's upcoming book is blended families, so she felt that it would be more authentic to share her—and her stepdaughter’s experience—while being interviewed by her biological daughter. This episode is their story of overcoming the odds and connecting as one big family. 

    • 40 min
    A Look At Colombian Culture though a Millennial Lens, Ep #5

    A Look At Colombian Culture though a Millennial Lens, Ep #5

    Our last trip before COVID hit was to Cartagena, Colombia. We were extremely lucky to have taken the trip and made it back into the USA before the borders were closed. In this episode of Mothers and Daughters Unfiltered, we have a conversation with our host and guide while we were in Colombia, Natalia Naranjo. She shared her home, restaurants, markets, and gave us a good sense of her culture. This episode shines a light on the differences in our cultures and relationships. It’s a peek into life in Colombia from the perspective of a Colombian Millennial woman.


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    [1:00] Life in Colombia from the perspective of a Millennial woman

    [3:26] Learn more about Natalia Naranjo

    [5:26] Relationships in the United States vs. Colombia

    [12:00] The diversity, culture, and history in Colombia

    [17:54] How college differs in Colombia vs. the US

    [19:24] The American perception of Colombia

    [21:25] The family system in Colombia

    [30:55] Natalia’s challenge to Americans


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    • 34 min
    The Reemergence of Fashion Post-COVID with Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk, Ep #4

    The Reemergence of Fashion Post-COVID with Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk, Ep #4

    Did fashion die out in COVID? According to Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk of “The Style That Binds Us,” people dressed very intentionally—even during COVID. Clothes were still serving a purpose: to soothe. People wore big fluffy robes and slippers or soft sweaters and sweatpants. They choose pieces of clothing that cocooned them in safety and comfort. The world needed comfort in a time where everything was frightening. 


    But what about Post-COVID? In this episode of Mothers & Daughters Unfiltered, Diane and Natalie chat with this mother-daughter duo about the future of fashion. The ladies also talk about how “The Style That Binds Us'' was created, why they feature certain brands, and how you can create the perfect core wardrobe. Don’t miss this fun fashion-filled episode!


    You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...
    [1:50] The genesis of The Style That Binds Us

    [6:58] Fashion icons they look up to

    [10:25] The reemergence of fashion post-COVID

    [14:19] The “less is more” concept of dressing

    [17:32] Finding up and coming designers

    [23:05] A conversation with a fashion historian

    [25:13] Don’t be afraid to get things tailored

    [28:49] The styles emerging out of COVID

    [32:25] The one thing a woman should invest in

    [39:45] What Delia and Alison have learned about each other


    Resources & People Mentioned
    Build your own core wardrobe with this checklist


    Connect with Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk
    The Style that Binds Us Podcast

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    Connect With Diane and Natalie


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    • 43 min
    Mom...Think I Got My Period

    Mom...Think I Got My Period

    Let’s talk about periods. In conversation with The Organic Project (TOP) Co-Founders, Thyme Sullivan and Denielle Finkelstein, the ladies talk candidly and laugh often about an experience all women share but few talk openly about. Learn about what’s in your tampons and why organic is so important; how you can skip the cardboard and cup while still “saving the planet”; and, when and how you can start the period talk with your daughter.

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

TMSullivan ,

Love this perspective & authenticity!

As a Mother with a Daughter I fully appreciate what a great relationship Diane and Natalie have with their unapologetic authenticity. They are smart & fun and tackling important topics that are often ignored. Love these ladies and all they do to lift others up!

kimbeaucoup ,

Exceptional

I thoroughly enjoy listening to the various stories and perspectives that Diane and Natalie offer ! Thanks for your hard work!

Delia Folk ,

What a wonderful show!

Congratulations to Diane & Natalie for creating such a fun podcast. We thoroughly enjoy their concept & format and had a blast during our interview! Make sure to check out the episode with Alison & Delia from The Style That Binds Us!! :)

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