In 2015, postpartum depression left Brooke searching for an identity beyond parenting and partnering. Like many, she felt a sexier self was underneath her other roles but no one was helping her, nor her peers, access it. Brooke decided to give moms just like her what they secretly craved: honest, open conversation about the struggles of staying sexy amid the craziness of a busy life. Brooke connects with women quickly and potently. Why? Because she’s just like them: a frazzled mom, a busy wife, a women who struggles with her post-baby body daily. Her blog, social media posts and speaking engagements produce an inspiring chorus of “Me toos!” from women across the country who are desperate to be heard, understood and most of all, lifted up. Having formerly run marketing & promotions at top women’s magazines like InStyle, Real SimpleHarper’s Bazaar and O, The Oprah Magazine, Brooke leverages her former role as a fashion and beauty influencer to not only change women’s sex lives but to change women themselves. Oh yeah, and she’s addicted to vibrators.


Jen Schwartz, expert postpartum depression survivor and real, bad-ass mom is the co-founder of MOTHERHOOD | UNDERSTOOD (a social media and community platform for moms) and the creator of the blog, The Medicated Mommy. With her partner, Brooke Christian, she is on a mission to empower moms everywhere to accept themselves as they are, let go of the “shoulds” and share the uglier sides of motherhood so other moms can feel less alone. She’s revolutionizing the conversation about the mom experience by coming from a place of much needed empathy, authenticity, and sisterhood and asking every mom out there to join her. Jen is a published author, influencer at the women’s online platform, Mogul and contributor at The Mighty, Thrive Global, Motherlucker and Suburban Misfit Mom. Her writing and commentary have been featured all over the mommy blogosphere at top websites such as PopSugar Moms, Scary Mommy, CafeMom, HuffPost Parents and more. Always a New Yorker first, she lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband, four-year old son, and dog, Harry Potter.

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