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Genneve wants to empower women to feel confident, sexy, and happy in the face of hormonal change. Join the conversation!

Jun 26, 2019

Darcey Steinke has written a wholly original book about menopause. And it's wonderful.

She starts with her own experience, then leads us on a journey that explores the biological, sociological, and cultural realities women have faced and continue facing during this part of their lives.

And how it's time those "realities" underwent some real scrutiny.

Darcey argues that menopause can and should be transformative – a unique opportunity to embrace a new, rich, potentially very altered self.

Once genneve CEO Jill Angelo heard Darcey on NPR's All Things Considered, she was eager to meet the woman who spoke so openly and honestly about the changes menopause can have on bodies, sex, relationships, and our own identities as women.

When she learned Darcey was coming to Seattle (home to genneve HQ) to speak about her book, Jill reached out.

What follows is an incredibly lively, fun, and inspiring conversation. We hope you enjoy it, and if you're able to attend Darcey's show in Seattle, we'll see you there!

Jun 13, 2019

Many women aren't familiar with the term "perimenopause," even though it could explain their suddenly unpredictable periods, night sweats, and even crappier PMS.

Doctor of Pharmacy Dr. Anna Garrett is on a mission to help women better understand their bodies – and help us all better understand the hormonal journey women travel throughout their lives.

In this podcast with genneve CEO Jill Angelo, Dr. Anna discusses why 35 isn't "too early" to start talking about and preparing for perimenopause and menopause, how these two phases of a woman's life differ, and why it's so important to all women's health to have open conversations about hormones.

Have a listen, then check out Dr. Anna's book, Perimenopause: The Savvy Sister's Guide to Hormone Harmony.

 

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