Period Power: Harness Your Hormones and Get Your Cycle Working For You
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To be fair, Hill also encourages readers to take serious issues to a GP and advocate for treatment from an informed standpoint, which is laudable. Beyond the pseudoscientific “treatments” I also find it unhelpful to suggest restricting one’s life and work according to a *largely* arbitrary set of “seasons”. Most of us try to avoid, resist, or sidestep anger because we believe it to be destructive, and whilst this can be true in some circumstances, anger can also be a thing of beauty when it’s used appropriately, intentionally, and sparingly.
Although, I mean, it’s been a while since I went out on the town, but I’d say that isn’t always the case. What actions can you take right now to guide you through to where you want to be by the next equinox?Enter for a chance to win one of three free annual memberships to my online community, The Flow Collective. I have just walked to my studio and in contrast to the other week when it was all snow and ice here and I was wearing three layers, leggings, jeans and then waterproof hiking trousers on top, it’s very different this week and today.
Maisie Hill is a highly qualified and sought-after expert with over a decade of experience as a women's health practitioner and birth doula. Clients have shared with me that they have felt the relief of not being under the male gaze anymore. But I can't help but feel that this is just to cover her back because again and again she points out the negative aspects of using hormonal contraception.But even without taking that kind of action this information will change your experience of your cycle because, let’s say you’re close to ovulating and you can’t concentrate on your work. You have the power to influence what happens next, so it’s time to nurture those core values, beliefs, and behaviours that ground you and give you strength, and shed anything that doesn’t.