In this episode, I am in conversation with Dr Philippa Kaye, GP and author.
Philippa has a weekly column in Woman magazine and you may recognise her from her regular appearances on ITV’s, This Morning.
The M Word is a complete one-stop guide to the Perimenopause and Menopause, covering everything from understanding symptoms and managing relationships to figuring out which treatments really work.
We have dedicated this episode to the complex and controversial subject of HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy). Please join us as we discuss:-
Dr Philippa’s book choices
Everything That Makes Us Human by Jay Jayamohan
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy
You will find these and a selection of my favourite books here
In this episode, I am joined by Jackie Lynch author of The Happy Menopause and host of The Happy Menopause Podcast.
Jackie discovered the power of nutrition 15 years ago when she followed personalised nutritional advice and experienced first-hand the dramatic changes in her energy well being and performance. This led her to give up her senior corporate role and study at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.
As a Registered Nutritional Therapist, she founded the WellWellWell Clinic providing expert advice and specialising in women’s health and nutrition.
The Happy Menopause is a stress-busting, hormone balancing approach to Menopause.
Join Jackie and me as we discuss:-
Jackie’s book choice
The Age Well Plan by Susan Saunders
You will find this and a selection of my favourite books here
In this episode, I have the pleasure of talking to Kim McCabe, author of ‘From Daughter to Woman’ a guide to parenting girls safely through their teens.
Kim is a child development expert and founder-director of the non-profit organisation Rites for Girls.
She studied psychology at Cambridge University, before training as a counsellor for distressed teens and has spent thirty years working preventatively to make girls’ journey through adolescence safer, kinder and better supported.
A mother of three, Kim believes we can each make a difference; by creating community and circles of support, with adults taking responsibility for guiding tomorrow’s women, a grounded revolution changing the world for everyone.
Join Kim and me as we discuss:-
Kim’s book choice
In this episode, I am joined by Sophie Fletcher clinical hypnotherapist and author of Mindful Menopause.
Sophie specialises in women’s wellbeing at transitional stages of their lives and her focus is the body and mind connection, exploring thoughts and feelings that may arise at times of vulnerability giving practical, everyday tools that make a difference.
We are controlled by the challenging cultural narrative that surrounds Menopause and Perimenopause, join Sophie and me as we discuss how changing our perception and our mindset can have such a huge impact on our wellbeing.
In this episode you will learn:-
Sophie’s Book Choice
You can download 10 of Sophie’s meditations for FREE here
My guest on the penultimate episode of S2 is Emma Bardwell registered nutritionist and member of the British Menopause Society. Her evidence-based approach, coupled with an ongoing interest in Perimenopause and Menopause has made her one of the go-to names in women’s health.
Emma is deeply anti-fad and doesn’t care for restriction, believing in positive rather than perfect nutrition and together with Dr Shahzadi Harper she has written today’s book choice, The Perimenopause Solution.
Join us as we discuss:
Emma’s Book Choices
Find out more about Emma Bardwell here
My last guest of Season 2 is the wonderful Sarah Chadwick author of The Sweetness of Venus. A History of the Clitoris.
Challenging today’s definition of female sexuality, The Sweetness of Venus is a provocative, straight-talking and rigorously researched history exposing the denial, misunderstanding and brutality endured by this taboo body part.
Sarah has a teaching background is currently a guest researcher at Chicago’s LOYOLA University, splitting her life between the US and UK. She has been described as “an articulate and compassionate spokeswoman for a new generation of women”
In her own words Sarah “Wanted her book to be pleasurable like good sex. For it to be friendly, funny, compassionate, inclusive of men and a bridge between academic research and knowledge. A book that people would pick up and have pleasure reading.” – I think she achieved it all.
Join us as we discuss:-
Sarah’s book choices
Invisible Women – Caroline Crado Perez
You can find more of Sarah on Instagram @its.Personalgirls