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Motherboard

Motherboard
 
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Brought to you by Family Friendly HQ and Lidl, Motherboard is a podcast created for mothers by mothers.
 
We can all agree that motherhood is hard at times - it’s not all sunshine and rainbows, like we may see across social media.
 
Motherboard was created to offer a different perspective on motherhood - an honest perspective. Motherboard delves into the candid, nitty-gritty details of the everyday life of parenting.
 
Expect raw, frank conversation from our diverse panel, which varies from week to week. You can expect to hear from Clinical Psychologists, Family Bloggers, Midwives and everything in between.
 
No subject is off limits, and everything from wobblers and toddlers to the pressures of social media will be discussed.
 
 
Episode 3: Wobblers & Toddlers
This episode of Motherboard explores the Wobbler and Toddler years. On this episode the ladies are joined by renownded clinical psychotherapist, Joanna Fortune. As well as Dublin City Mum Blogger, Avril White. From the terrible two's to online bullying, the Motherboard panel leave no rock unturned.
 
Episode 2: Motherhood & Social Media
This episode of Motherboard explores the ups and downs of motherhood and social media. Family Bloggers Kellie Kearney and Laura Doyle and Clinical Psychotherapist and author Joanna Fortune join our host Avril Flynn on this episode. The panel dive into the world of social media and the negative and positive effects it has on parenting.
 
Episode 1: Birth & Beyond
In Motherboard’s first episode, our panel chat banning the term ‘geriatric mum’, pregnancy, weight gain, home births sex & anxiety and so much more! Our panel includes our host and resident midwife Avril Flynn, Bloggers Tracey Quinn and Kellie Kearney and Radio Personality, Trina Mara.
 
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