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What happens when an ambitious girl grows up to be a mother?

Warner’s debut memoir is Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert) for the stay-at-home mother who longs for a journey of self-discovery without leaving home or arranging a babysitter. 

Maleah thinks being a stay-at-home mom makes her inferior to other successful women. Plagued with unrelenting thoughts of inadequacy, she struggles to heal from postpartum depression without medication. Her search to save her body, her marriage, and her family leads to an unexpected revelation and the discovery of joy and health hidden within the heart of mothering.

Lies of the Magpie flows with humor and witty observation, escorting the reader on an unparalleled narrative experience. 

Discover this not-to-be-missed, transformative reading experience.

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Keep it LIGHT: 3 Ways to Lighten Your Mental Load

Ep. 89 The goal of today’s episode is to infuse you with LIGHT by offering 3 simple ways to access the power of “light” to lighten your mental load. Light has multiple connotations. Light is brightness and illumination. Light is carefree, not heavy. And light is also funny and cheerful.

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Abortion: Law, Empathy, and Agency

Ep. 88 If you ask whether I am pro-life or pro-choice I answer Yes and Yes. Why does society make you feel like you have to be one or the other? Personally I am pro-life. Empathetically, I am pro-choice. I believe a woman’s choice about the creation of life through

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Politics & Abortion: Why I Don’t Vote Based On Abortion

Ep. 87 Join Maleah today as she discusses why she doesn’t vote based on the issue of abortion and why it’s important for religious voters to consider more issues than only abortion when making their final vote.  My Answer When People Ask Why I Don’t Vote Based on Abortion The

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About Maleah

Maleah Warner @MaleahWarner is the award-winning author of Lies of the Magpie, a wife, mother, podcaster, teacher, and mentor. 

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