positive menopause symptoms

If it hurts – a positive view of menopause symptoms

Cover the ears of your children now; in some corners of the complementary therapy world, there is blame. Inadvertently, well-meaning therapists and coaches can make us feel that our menopause symptoms are there because we haven’t done enough self-development work. We’re not ‘advanced’ enough to be symptom-free, and we could be if only we healed a little Read More…

Introvert's guide to kindness

An introverts guide to mentstual cycle awareness

    Dearest introverts! Ever reached the end of a conversation and been hit by the feeling that nothing you’ve said has been heard? As a natural listener, with a leaning towards introversion, there’s only a handful of people with whom I feel comfortable expressing my deepest thoughts and feelings. When the feeling of not Read More…

positive menopause mojo

Creating a positive menopause mojo

One of the universal perimenopausal experiences in our culture is of your world going wonky and the need to know what the hell is going on; the rug’s gone out from under your feet and nothing is making sense anymore. But how can we create a more positive menopause? The map of the menopause, one of our Read More…

Four fab reasons to

Four fab reasons to massage your tummy

Have you ever noticed yourself touching your belly in public? I did the other day, I was running late on the school run and once we’d dashed through the door, I was questioned by the school secretary. “Reason for lateness?” My hand flew protectively to my tummy for comfort while I mumbled in my embarrassment Read More…

Sophia England

Kindness on Twitter

We have also been talking about kindness on Twitter, here’s what spiritual midwife Sophia England had to say on the subject. @Leoraleboff@Kate_Codrington Compassion for self, daily. Being hot on spotting suffering. #kindness#womenshealth — Sophia England (@Sophia__England) July 11, 2015 @Kate_Codrington @Leoraleboff and that is the work huh. Kindness takes consciousness,.. and simplicity helps. — Sophia Read More…