Menopause, Marriage and Motherhood

Menopause, Marriage and Motherhood

Replacing the fear and uncertainty of menopause through inspiring stories, expert knowledge and connection with a whole tribe of Queenagers

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September 22, 2021 38 min

The change room that refurbishes your entire life, from your wardrobe to your purpose to your business and career with Scarlett Vespa. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep98 

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“The paradox of tolerance states that if a society is tolerant without limit, its ability to be tolerant is eventually seized or destroyed by the intolerant.”*

Join Ryan O’Connor and I for this discussion: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep200

*Wikipedia

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What’s it like when someone who’s been to the Olympics three times goes through midlife and menopause? How do they handle it? Is it different to what ‘normal’ women experience? Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep97 

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September 8, 2021 41 min

Ups and downs in our desire for and enjoyment of sex are all part of a woman’s life, it seems, and sexual problems are little understood – or openly discussed – by either gender. Jacquie Olliver specialises in helping both women and men overcome those problems.

Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep96

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Body shame is real for many women no matter what our age. Find out what one woman is doing to help change that.

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What if all the menopause symptoms that most Western women experience are common, but they're not normal? What if there's a way to get rid of them?

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Why is it that as we hit midlife, all those little things that we’ve put up with for years suddenly become intolerable? Why is it that people in their late 50’s and early 60’s are the fastest growing age group for divorce?

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August 11, 2021 40 min

What if all those colds, blocked noses, sore throats, have had a negative impact on our ability to breathe properly. Eva Knorles explains to us how we can notice how we breathe and how to change it.

Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep92

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Why is it that we can have a wardrobe stuffed with clothes, yet still feel like we have absolutely nothing to wear? Imogen Lamport tells us how we can move beyond this and transform our wardrobe. Connect with Imogen here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep91

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July 28, 2021 40 min

Find out how you can inspire everyone you meet and leave each person in a better place. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep90

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Despite the fact that young people today have life easier and better than ever before, there is a growing incidence of youth depression, anxiety & suicide. This is how you can support them. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep89_

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Why is it, when we reach menopause, all of a sudden the food we’ve eaten for the previous forty-odd years makes us feel bloated? Nutritionist Liz Ward explains why that happens and what we can do about it. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep88_

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One of the worst things about midlife is lying in bed at night overwhelmed by that feeling of guilt and shame. Find out how to go to sleep feeling like you've done your very best and be a role model to your grown up children. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_87

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Danielle Hawkins is a country vet, who also runs a cattle & sheep farm with her husband, all while bringing up two kids and finding the time to write not one but five best selling novels. Listen now to find out how and connect with Danielle here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep86

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We're often left wondering why people don't just leave what's clearly a toxic relationship. After 20 years of working in that field, Dr Erica Bowen sheds a bit of light on things. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep85

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With the increase in domestic violence thanks to the lockdown, I thought I'd ask an expert about how women (and some men) got into abusive relationships and why they stay in them. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep84 and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE

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Brain injuries are hidden. You can see a broken arm or a bruise, but the damage that can be caused when you hit your head is life changing. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/mmm_ep83

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In part 2 of this super rare interview, Dr Wendy Sweet opens up about how midlife women are the FORGOTTEN GENERATION. Dr Sweet has dedicated her life to figuring out what goes on during menopause, why we gain weight, why we need to change the food we eat and the way we exercise and why we can have so much difficulty sleeping. In this rare interview, she shares all her knowledge. Connect with Dr Sweet here: http://bit.ly/mmm_ep81

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According to Dr Wendy Sweet, midlife women are the FORGOTTEN GENERATION. She's dedicated her life to figuring out what goes on during menopause, why we gain weight, why we need to change the food we eat and the way we exercise and why we can have so much difficulty sleeping. In part one of this rare interview, she shares her knowledge. Connect with Dr Sweet here: http://bit.ly/mmm_ep81

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There seems to be a trend towards being a friend to your kids. Find out why that's a really bad idea. Connect with us here: http://bit.ly/mmm_ep80

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