Power

I know I’m not the only one who has been met with faces of disgust when someone finds out I’m on my period or the only woman who has hesitantly and warily whispered around to my female colleagues in search of a pad or tampon if, god forbid, I forgot to pack my own. I’m definitely not alone in getting hit with the “are you on your period?” after an expression of anger or frustration.

This is an issue a lot of men are blamed for.  And maybe it could be true the majority of men have a deep difficulty to actually engage in this common practice.  However, women are not exempt of the struggle of this simple, yet elusive, action: Listening.

“It feels like a never-ending story”, I heard. The questions that followed were: “Do you really think that I will get to the other side? When is this going to be over?” And the last comments before a deep silence, were: “ I doubt I will get better…I am...

How are you? Stop for a minute and think about that question… How many times throughout the day we are being asked or we ask that question? Does it happens to you that often times you don’t find a way to respond honestly and just reply:” Fine,...

1. Move your body and listen to it: walk, jog, run, do any type of workout, yoga, swim, dance, and notice all the sensations on your body. Listen to the voices of comfort and discomfort, follow what you feel is right for your body, what...