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Menopause Presentation: Womens Shed Dungarvan

Women in their Menopause and Perimenopause years have remained silent for too long. We are navigating unchartered waters  by speaking out as previous generations were mute on this massively taboo topic. This was echoed by a number of women attending a talk I gave in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford recently to a wonderful group from the […]

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Talking Menopause

I love talking about perimenopause and menopause. One sheet Throughout covid we were all on zoom or Micro soft teams delivering webinars and talks. So lucky to have had these platforms. However, since the first of March it has been wonderful to be back delivering at  in person events. The energy in the room is […]

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Newstalk radio interviews

As most people who know me realise- I love talking about menopause. It was great to  join Clare McKenna and Andrea Gilligan on Newstalk talking about my book  “Midlife Women Rock: A Menopause Story for a New Generation” We discussed lots about perimenopause and menopause. In particular challenging the overwhelmingly negative narratives  synonymous with menopause […]

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1st researched Menopause book in Ireland

Wonderful  start to 2022 hearing that MIDLIFE WOMEN ROCK:A Menopause Story for a New Generation has made it into the USA. Huge thank you to all you MIDLIFE WOMEN ROCK  supporters across the Atlantic! The book is now on-line across the   Amazon platforms, Barnes and Noble and Walmart. It is  available to buy or order […]

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Social Impact Ireland award

Overjoyed to have been nominated and to have won  a Social Impact Ireland award in early December 2021. The Midlife Women Rock cafes continued throughout covid via zoom. To discover I had actually won for pivoting, supporting and continuing the menopause conversation in Ireland was very gratifying. Huge congrats to all of the awesome nominees […]

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New book Midlife Women Rock: A menopause story for a new generation

Writing a book was not something on my bucket list. It was only after I started working with women navigating menopause that I realised the deficit in information was pervasive. Following the interviewing of 20 women in Ireland on their experiences and understandings of menopause and the subsequent  publication of “Silence, Taboo and Midlife Women” […]

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