Tag Archives: women’s health

This Makes Me Super Uncomfortable But I’m Doing It Anyway: I Heart My Moon Cycle Month

I’m a woman who loves to get stuff done. I can work 12-14 hours a day, no problem, if I love what I’m doing. I’ve been getting little messages for the past year or so, though, that producing all the time, even if I’m jazzed about what I’m doing, is probably not the best wayContinue Reading

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this is for your inner child…seriously

I’m so excited to share my mom’s newest book and her first book written for children, Beautiful Girl: Celebrating the Wonders of Your Body. This book is designed for little girls to learn how magical and perfect their bodies are. And it’s also designed for women of all ages to be reminded. At some point withinContinue Reading

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Herd’s the Word

As human beings we are herd creatures. We crave connection, community, and a sense of belonging. Being part of a herd helps us feel heard (I couldn’t help myself) and helps us hear ourselves better too. Part of this is biological: back in the day when there were saber-toothed tigers after us our survival dependedContinue Reading

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Born Funny: My Mama, Dr. Christiane Northrup, on Glimpse TV

Glimpse TV has been rocking the airwaves since June 2010 and yet, somehow, I’ve never interviewed my mother…until today! She’s not only an amazing mama, she’s also a NY Times best-selling author, has had several very successful PBS shows, and has been a guest on Oprah 10 times! But, Glimpse TV really is the bigContinue Reading

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My gyno girlfriend answers the question: What’s Up Down There?

In March I was blessed to meet Dr. Lissa Rankin. The meeting was especially special because of my deep comfort with and respect for gynecologists seeing as I was raised by one. Lissa’s new book, What’s Up Down There: Questions You Would Only Ask Your Gynecologist if She Were Your Best Friend, just launched. InContinue Reading

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