Wednesday, May 2, 2012

The Conversation

Empowering Women 
Lifetime has a new series - The Conversations with Amanda de Cadenet - and I am so excited about it. The concept of the series is to present:

" honest, authentic and raw view of the shared issues affecting women today[.] Each episode of 'The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet' will feature de Cadenet having powerful and in-depth interviews with some of the world’s most famous and influential women, including, among others,

Jane Fonda, 

Lady Gaga, 

Gwyneth Paltrow, 

Miley Cyrus,

Eva Longoria, 

Kelly Preston, 

Alicia Keys, 

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, 

Donna Karan, 

Ivanka Trump, 

Olivia Wilde 

and Gabby Sidibe.  

Together with de Cadenet in the comfort of her or their own homes, they -- many for the first time publicly -- will tackle a wide variety of topics universal to all females, including sexuality, body image, career and finances, relationships, love and loss, politics, human rights, transformation, breakthrough and perseverance. 

'The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet' will also feature 'Women on the Street' segments in which women from all walks of life also reveal their personal feelings about their lives and the world today." (Lifetime

It appears that everything that I hope to accomplish with this blog - empower and inspire women - is being done within this series; the women are talking about issues that matter to us, issues that we rarely discuss with one another, issues that we need to talk about.

The first chapter in the series ranges in subject matter and it is packed with exceptional advice and words of encouragement. While, there is so much that could be extracted from the first episode, I will conclude with one notable quote made by Zoe Saldana on the subject of men: "They're extraordinary creatures and sometimes we deprive them of their own battles...They have their own stories. They have their own nightmares, and women we have the power of the word and we can make or brake a man, which is a sentence. To abuse that power is to make you just as crippled as the men who abuse women..."  

Click here, to watch the first episode!


  1. OMG this does sound exciting- so many influential women!
    And thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog! Would you like to follow each other?


    1. I can not wait to see the interviews that are done with Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys...and thanks for the invitation, but we already follow each other :)

  2. This is amazing,such strong,influential women,so inspiring.
    Thanks so much for your lovely comment,hope your well and are having a wonderful week x

  3. This sounds really interesting! thanks for letting us know about it, although I doubt it will get to our screens here in SA anytime soon. I would love to hear the views of these insuring stars.

  4. I always seem to miss this show. However, I did catch the episode with Eva Longoria, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Preston. I found Kelly Preston's interview to be the most touching and intriguing. I knew that her interview would be helpful and healing to women who have lost children. I also liked Alicia Keys' interview, I loved how she took the trip to Egypt by herself and was so happy to be on her own experiencing a new culture and becoming more aware of herself again.


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