LTYM Metro Detroit, Take 3

by angela on November 18, 2015

The Angelas Post ShowThe Angelas are ready for LTYM Metro Detroit 2016!

The Listen to Your Mother Show is coming to Metro Detroit for our third season, and we can’t wait to give motherhood a voice and a stage this May.

Unsure about what LTYM is? We’d love if you took a few minutes to watch this:

Stay tuned, Metro Detroit! We’ll be sharing more about the show, our charitable cause, and the many ways you can be a part of LTYM this year, from sitting in our amazon audience to auditioning — yes, you!

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LTYM Videos
2015 welcomed over 400 new videos to the Listen to Your Mother channel. Get cozy on your couch or start walking with your headphones, because once you begin listening to these amazing stories you won’t want to stop.

Start with the Metro Detroit show — of course! — but don’t miss the other cities’ storytellers. One of the true gifts of LTYM is the universal emotions threaded through the individual stories. You never know where you’ll find the video that resonates with you the most. To make your trip down the rabbit hole a little simpler, you can search by name or topic to get started on your Listen to Your Mother journey.

Thank you again to all of the LTYM Metro Detroit 2015 Sponsors! Our show couldn’t go on without your support, and we are so grateful for the connection between storytelling and the Metro Detroit community.

Happy viewing!

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