Infertility is a condition that affects both men and women, and even though 15% of couples worldwide experience infertility, it is considered a dirty little secret that no one is comfortable talking about. My guest Nathalie Carpenter describes it as a mental, emotional, and physical condition that never goes away.
Today, I sat with Georgina Fuller, writer for The Telegraph, The Guardian, and Grazia UK, for a candid discussion on the challenges of raising kids nowadays. From social media, helicopter parenting, COVID-19 and dealing with comparison to other mothers, we hash out everything about the difficulty of just raising our
Welcome back, listeners! In our first episode post-summer, host Hashem Montasser caught up with Hattem Mattar, founder of The Mattar Farm for specialty artisanal smoked meat, brisket and third culture barbecues. Hashem and Hattem chatted about the hybridity of his upbringing; life as a father of two young children; and
EP 15 • Heba Shunbo speaks to Maddie Milani about positive discipline.
I'm catching up with my old friend Rania Sidky, a health coach, mother of three and host of a new cooking show, who was married, divorced, then remarried the same guy. Over the past few years, she's been able to reinvent herself by getting to know her children over again,
If you're trying to get pregnant, you're going to want to listen to this. Fiona Boulton is a holistic fertility expert who works with clients experiencing infertility. While her treatments rely on medicine, nutrition and physical health, they also revolve around mental and psychological methods, like energy hygiene and training
Nour Aboulela is an Instagram influencer with almost half a million followers. While she poses for brands and events, behind the scenes she's a hardworking mother who's been through tough times. She joins me to talk about the trauma she's suffered as she raises a son who experiences seizures, therapy
Egypt celebrated Mother's Day a few days ago, so I talked to the mother I know best: my own. She's an outspoken woman, and she makes some good points on how times have changed, my sister's decision to not have kids, and being lax in parenting style. But, when it
If you've had kids, you know pregnancy cravings all too well. But what should we know about the things we don't usually crave, like vitamins, minerals and balanced diets? My guest this week is Janine Higbie, a certified nutritionist, and she's got alll the tips on what and how to
Eiman had her life planned out for her when she moved back to Saudi Arabia and got married soon after. Turns out as much as she'd planned, some things just go differently. Join us as we talk about how marriage may not be for everyone, Eiman's experience living and dating