In this week's podcast, we're joined by Laurie Wright. Laurie developed a program called Make The Rest Your Best to help passionless empty nesters create their own unique heart-centred action plans and have them be ready to enter their next life chapter with renewed passion, purpose, and focus.
Abuse can take different forms—it can be mental, emotional, or physical. The heartbreaking part is, most of the time, it comes from the people we love and who are very close to us. Many women are going through or have survived traumas like domestic violence, emotional manipulation, betrayal, and divorce. These traumas take a significant toll on a person's self-esteem and cause a lasting feeling of loneliness and unworthiness. This week, we're joined by Miki Sturges. Miki is a life coach and an expert in the field of resilience and survival from domestic abuse. She established a company called the Rise Up, Women Movement, where she aims to empower, encourage, and inspire women in conquering challenges from abuse. Today, she shares her story and more with us.
The enneagram, unlike other personality systems, is a deep dive into what makes us tick. It can show us forces that can assist us in finding the self-discovery we need to understand our subconscious programming. It will be especially helpful for those of us in our menopause years, because it is such a time of self-discovery for us.To help us understand, our guest for today is Stephanie Davis, an enneagram expert and a trainer educated in business, psychology, and systems theory. She’s been doing this work for about 30 years, working primarily with corporations. Today we’re going to find out more about the enneagram, the nine different types and their general characteristics, and what your type might be.
Burnout happens when you’re not getting enough rest, you’ve lost your zest for work and life, and you’re just not happy with what you are doing. This feeling is something many nurses experience, with all the crazy shifts, missing their families, and having no time for themselves. If there’s anything that can help us all overcome this feeling, it’s finding the resiliency to thrive despite our circumstances.Joining us today is my friend, Kelly West. She has been a registered nurse for over 23 years, primarily working in pediatric oncology, caring for kids with cancer. She is an educator, clinician, mentor, and now also an entrepreneur whose goal is to help caregivers banish burnout and overcome overwhelm.
In this episode, Rev. Dr. Constance Simon discusses her menopause journey, the importance of community in menopause, and our identities as we age. Make sure that you listen to this episode, as we learn and understand more about having a community of support in our menopausal years, one of my main reasons for creating this podcast.Deirdre connects contemporary thought with ancient wisdom. Through this, you can have access to what feels right to you and have harmonious relationships. She also shares valuable insights on how you can healthily deal with your triggers. Tune in to the episode if you want useful information on how to deal with self-discovery and relationships.
In this episode, we have Deirdre Fay, a licensed clinical social worker, who is the author of Attachment-Based Yoga and Meditation For Trauma Recovery. She also wrote Becoming Safely Embodied Skills Manual. Aside from these two books, she co-authored a psychology book entitled Attachment and Disturbances in Adults. Deirdre connects contemporary thought with ancient wisdom. Through this, you can have access to what feels right to you and have harmonious relationships. She also shares valuable insights on how you can healthily deal with your triggers. Tune in to the episode if you want useful information on how to deal with self-discovery and relationships.
Today we are joined by mentor and bestselling author Tina van Leuven. Tina is dedicated to helping people align their energy with joy, freedom, and abundance to bring those values to their business and life. She is passionate about helping “soulpreneurs” to release themselves from lifelong limiting programming that’s been sabotaging humanity for aeons.Tune in and listen as Tina discusses energies and aligning them with the essence of what you want to create and who you want to be.
Today we’re joined by Kristen Bowen, the founder of Living the Good Life Naturally. Kristen and her team help their clients live a healthier life with handmade magnesium products.Listen to how Kristen managed to shift her mindset about health and her experience in battling her autoimmune disorder, and find out how powerful proper nutrition and an adequate amount of magnesium are for the body.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr Sharzad Green, a practising pharmacist who specializes in menopause. For over 20 years, she has been providing private hormone consultations for patients concerned with various reproductive health problems like hormonal imbalance and perimenopause, menopause, andropause, and PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome).
The trip to Mallorca, Spain was truly a life-changing event. But in every adventure, we all have some great moments and some that are not so good. Join us in this episode of the Menopause Movement Podcast as we take a look at how far the journey has taken us.