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November 17, 2021

What’s Normal for Tween & Teen Periods

with podcast guest

Tara Ghosh

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Tara Ghosh is an Arvigo® Therapist and wellness expert passionate about empowering people with periods to feel strong whatever season of their life they are in. Tara works with people 1:1 all over the world, as well as running Period Positive workshops for tweens and a 5-week course Embrace Your Cyclical Power for those in their 30s and 40s.

In this episode, Tara and I talk about what to expect with periods in the tween and teen years, what’s normal and red flags to look out for, overlooked contributors to period pain, how parents and caregivers can support their kid’s transition through puberty, and so much more!

This episode is brought to you by Agni. Visit AgniForAll.com and use my code PERIODPARTY for 15% off.

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Highlights

  • Putting leaks into perspective
  • Signs that the first period is on its way
  • How parents can support their children’s physical and emotional health
  • Normalizing ongoing conversations about periods with your kids
  • Empowering tweens to protect themselves better
  • Normal symptoms and red flags in the first years of menstruation
  • Period pain in teenagers and the overprescription of birth control pills
  • When should teenagers see a doctor about their period symptoms?
  • Overlooked contributors to period pain
  • Why Tara is passionate about Arvigo® Therapy
  • Tara’s top tip for embracing our cyclical nature

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.

Take the quiz to unveil the real cause of your symptoms and start your journey toward periods that are “no big deal.”

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