Is it worth using Uber Pool? Melissa describes her ride with a challenging car mate. And Melissa welcomes to the show Carmen Ekdahl and Shay McLemore, a mother/daughter team who works with First Responder and children in the Juvenile Court system.
On the heels of heartbreaking suicides of those affected by the Parkland and Sandy Hook school shootings, Melissa talks with Melissa Black about mental health. Ms. Black is an Atlanta-area resident who has dealt with mental health issues within her own family and shares their stories.
Spring is in the air, and so are allergies. Melissa shares her natural remedies for fighting the pollen. Plus, have you ever had a perfect bra? Neither has Melissa and she shares her frustrations about her current options. And one 9-year-old girl in the Carolinas finds a new friend...the very, very old fashioned way.
It's Melissa's birthday! And she thinks every woman should celebrate their's, no matter their age. Plus, What can women learn from Luke Perry's death? And what did one man in Kentucky give to his wife for Valentine's Day? It's a lesson in listening to your spouse.
Melissa describes the most embarrassing thing she has ever done in front of co-workers. Plus, a Texas school is whittling down their history textbooks, who is being deleted? And who says animals don't have souls...or their own relationship drama. Melissa will explain.
Melissa will introduce you to one woman's initiative to make Women's Lives Matter. And why does she think Halloween is an example of how society finds men more important? She'll explain. Plus, Melissa's ex thinks this podcast is inappropriate for their son!
Did Melissa go over-the-top as a mother in regards to her son's Valentine's Day school project? Also, she's in the middle of moving and Melissa explains why she feels overwhelmed but glad she's made this decision. And have you ever rented your clothes?