Moms and Martinis Podcast

Create by moms, for moms, or anyone who has or has had a mom.

Moms and Martinis Podcast

Recent Episodes

In this episode, Tiana Renee and Kira discuss how trauma impacts our approach to dating, love and relationships. They discuss how our frame of reference is packed away in our invisible suitcase and take that into all of our relationship (friends, family, and intimate partner). Additionally how the individuals in our lives challenge the work and healing that we have completed on ourselves.

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In this episode, Kira talks with Jarratt about their dating experiences. Kira shared

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In this episode, Kira's dad, Dr. H, joins in the conversation to talk about what makes a good stepdad. Kira gets emotional as she describes the love and care her stepmother has for her. Dr. H shares the two heart surgeries he had in Aug 1994 and May 2002. Kira is shocked to learn that her father thinks she should wait to get into a relationship. They share four phone calls that caused a pivot in their relationship.

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BJ joins Kira to discuss her readiness for love, dissecting where her blockage lies, the risks of dating, properly preparing for a healthy relationship, and the long-term work needed to sustain the relationship.

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About the Host

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Kira, Professional Truth Teller

Host, Mom, and Creator

Kira is the host, mom, and creator of Moms and Martinis Podcast. The podcast was created for moms by moms. Or just anyone who has or has had a mom. She motivates and inspires others to embrace their individual life journey as they transcend through highs and lows. She appeals to anyone wanting to reclaim their identity without the fear of embarrassment, humiliation, or shame. Additionally, Kira encourages others not to allow age or circumstances to define their present or future state. Using visual and audio content, Kira demonstrates how to remain young at heart and excited about life while creating a safe space for tough conversations.

Kira is a divorced mom of four children, ranging from elementary, middle, high school, and adult. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia, and has worked in the Learning and Talent Development industry for over 20 years, writing, developing, and facilitating award-winning leadership and sales programs. She is also the Director at Large of Virtual Technology for the largest and oldest professional association serving women in cable media.

WHAT I DO:
I curate safe spaces that promote healing and propel people to take action the enables them to live wholehearted life.