Excuse Me? Do you think my brain fell out? With Saima Mir.

Mar 12, 12:52 AM
Hello! This week I spoke to the author and award-winning journalist Saima Mir. Saima has written the most incredible first novel, The Khan, which is out on the first of April. Buy it here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-khan/saima-mir/9780861541416

She has also written brilliantly about her life, past relationships, faith and family. She has three sons - three! Which is a feat of human endurance I can barely quantify.

I was thrilled to interview Saima all about maternal rage, why we are so scared of women talking about their anger and our own misconceptions about motherhood in our twenties.

You can follow her at @SaimaMir [https://twitter.com/SaimaMir] on Twitter and @ben_raf_remy [https://www.instagram.com/ben_raf_remy/?hl=en] on Instagram.

I was also very lucky to talk to interview clinical psychologist and writer Dr Emma Svanberg a.k.a The Mumologist to find out what happens in our brains when we inevitably feel rage

You can follow Emma on Twitter at @themumologist https://twitter.com/Mumologist, on Instagram at mumologist https://www.instagram.com/mumologist/ and visit her website at https://mumologist.com/ where you can find her workshop "Why It's Important we can be Hated as parents" in the courses and workshops section.