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About the Author
Jamilah Mapp & Erica Dickerson are the hosts of the Good Moms Bad Choices podcast. Their wildly successful weekly show is ranked in the top 1 percent of podcasts in the world. As leading voices in personal development and modern motherhood, they have used their platform to inspire authenticity and shatter archaic stereotypes around womanhood. They are advocates for doing whatever the f*ck you want for your highest good and normalizing pleasure without shame. Through their friendship and business, they have cultivated a safe haven with resources for women and moms alike to gather, learn, and grow.
They have been featured in Rolling Stone, Essence, The Cut, and Vogue and are frequently booked for public speaking engagements around the US. Through their work in wellness they have inspired millions and continue to lead global retreats. Jamilah and Erica currently reside in Los Angeles with their daughters.
Erica Dickerson is the co-host, with Jamila Mapp, of the Good Moms Bad Choices podcast. She is a full-time esthetician and has been featured in The Cut, Essence, and other media. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is a mother of one.
"These two friends are on a mission to debunk what it means to be a good mom and redefine motherhood." -- The Today Show
"Mapp and Dickerson combine their wit and humor to show how you can excel at motherhood--by embarking on a healing journey to eradicate old scripts and embracing every part of yourself... [A] colorful manifesto." -- Ebony
"The book feels like it was written by two of your close friends who happen to be hilarious and wonderfully direct." -- Shondaland
"I've learned so much about redefining motherhood, sexual liberation, healing and manifestation for myself from these besties." -- Elizabeth Ayoola, Essence
"Through their personal and often hilarious stories of their journey to motherhood, these mamas turn the definition of the perfect mother on its head." -- The Root