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Five BIG Reasons Every Woman Needs to Have Their Period Each Month

There is beauty in getting older and letting experience teach us the most valuable lessons. One of those lessons was learning how important having a period every month actually was. The truth is, birth control certainly cannot FIX everything and it comes with a ton of nasty side effects that can last long after you stop taking it.

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#364 – Why Burnout Is So Prevalent Today and the First Steps to Heal It with Dr. Doni Wilson

Even before the pandemic, feeling burned out had become the norm. Feeling physically and emotionally exhausted can have some severe health consequences, which is why it is so frustrating when we feel like we are making progress, only to be hit with those same fatigue and burnout symptoms. The first step to addressing these symptoms is to understand your unique stress response pattern and learn specific strategies that can make a huge impact on your stress type.

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#360: The Most Important — Yet Little-Known — Secret to Align Your Goals with Your Heart’s Purpose with Dr. Benita Varnado

We all want to live our purpose. My guest, Dr. Varnado (Dr. V), joins me today to talk about the one little secret to help you get there: defining your values and living them. Figure out what your values are and compare them to your life – do they align? If not, Dr. V shares her best tips for creating a healthier work/life balance that focuses on harmony.

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#359: 5 Tools to Lower Cortisol Levels

Women today wear so many hats. We have packed schedules, raise children, take care of our families, run a business or fulfill work obligations, and more. We’re so busy taking care of everyone else that sometimes we forget to take time to care for ourselves. This lifestyle leads to feeling rushed, triggered, and stressed. Our stress response systems are over-activated, and our cortisol levels are surging…

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