podcast

July 13, 2021

Reframing Teenage Periods & Why Girls Need Our Support

with podcast guest

Eliza Reynolds

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Eliza Reynolds a best-selling author, speaker, and founder of Badass Girls. She’s spent the last 15 years creating space for preteen and teen girls to be their authentic selves and now offers online mentorship programs teaching emotional intelligence, embodiment, body literacy, and more for big-hearted preteen and teen girls who are tired of faking it at Badass Girls.

In this episode, Eliza and I talk about why she became a mentor for preteens and teens, how we can break the negative stereotypes around teenage girls, what you can do to support your teen with their period problems, why it’s possible for you and your teen to thrive throughout the teenage years, and so much more!

This conversation is like a healing balm for anyone who was traumatized by their teenage years and it will be super helpful for you if you’ve got girls in your life who are heading towards puberty or are already in it. This episode was one of my favorites and I know you’re gonna love it too!

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Highlights

  • Why Eliza became a mentor for preteens and teens
  • How adults perpetuate negative teen girl stereotypes
  • Reframing our understanding of the teenage brain
  • The benefits of being responsive instead of reactionary
  • How parents and teens can thrive through the teenage years
  • Having conversations about menstruation with your preteen or teenage child
  • Why Eliza created The Badass Academy
  • How to offer support to a teen who isn’t receptive

Resources

Want even more hormone and
period lovin' content?

Bonuses include: Fix Your Period workbook to use alongside the actual book
Period Toolkit that includes a series of ebooks on vaginal steaming, how to use CBD for your menstrual cycle problems, seed cycling, how to use castor oil packs to support your period and fertility, and how to live in harmony with your cycle

You shouldn’t live in fear that you’ll be dealing with hellish symptoms forever. Suffering does not have to be a mandatory part of your journey – you have the power to bring about big change for yourself and begin a new chapter in your period story.

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The Betty Body

Dr. Stephanie Estima is a doctor of chiropractic with a special interest in metabolism, body composition, functional neurology, and female physiology. Stephanie is the author

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