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Hosted by new moms (and sisters) Paulina and Bricia Lopez. Super Mamas is a judgment-free space where new, expecting and experienced mothers can come together to learn from one another, be inspired by each other and bond over their similar upbringings and cultural background.  Laugh and cry along with the Super Mamas every week as they share their stories with friends, experts and each other.  New episode every Tuesday.


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Episode 216: Working on a Healthier marriage and other Relationships with Therapist Joanne Koegl, LA-LMFT
This week, we sit down with Dr. Joanne Diaz-Koegl, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. She specializes in couples counseling, premarital counseling, loss & grief, individual and personal growth therapy/coaching and so much more. We asked her about the top issues that cause stress in relationships, how we can be better communicators (hint: it’s by being a better listener), and how to take care of our mental health with all the stress of the holidays. We know that speaking about mental health issues can be taboo in the latinx community, but the more we recognize the normalcy of having a healthy mind, the easier we can make the conversation.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
Episode 215:  Changing young lives  and parent's minds through alternative art programs with Carmelita Ramirez Sanchez from @thebhac
This week, we sit down with Carmelita Ramirez-Sanchez, executive director of Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory in Los Angeles. Not only is she a dope Super Mama to two amazing kids, but she also directs an incredible youth program at BHAC. We talk about the classes & careers that students are exposed to through the program, how to explain a career in the arts to parents, and how the program is helping change the lives of incarcerated youths. Carmelita inspired us so much with her love of the arts and showing the local youth that there are more careers than what you traditionally might learn about, especially because we know the hard work that goes into being a chef, running a business or starting your own podcast. This episode will warm your heart, and we know you’ll be looking up this program before the interview is even over.   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
Episode 214: Oaxaca Cookbook, Writing from the Heart of @theglutster, Javier Cabral
Get excited for this new episode! First, our family cookbook, OAXACA: Home Cooking From the Heart of Mexico, is out today! We’re celebrating by talking to our friend of over a decade and co-writer of the book, Javier Cabral. The Glutster has been writing about food since he was 16 years old and now he’s the editor of LA TACO. We talk about how his obsession with food began and how he took something negative in his life and turned it into a lifelong career.  We also discuss  the year long process of writing the Oaxaca Cookbook, and the respect he has for all the women in his life. This episode will make you laugh hard, your heart swoon, and your stomach hungry!   For  full notes, visit like us on Double tap on   
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Jul 15th, 2015
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Oct 29th, 2019
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