Feb 9, 2023
Can we foster social change by talking openly about our periods? Our guest, Karen Daubert, is on a mission to end period stigma and in this podcast episode we proudly talk openly about our cycles and our womanhood because no subject is too far-fetched! If you feel frustrated by society's backwards attitude towards periods then listen in and share this episode with others to help create an environment that promotes, encourages and celebrates conversations about menstruation.
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Do you want to better support your child's development at home? Are you a fan of fostering independence for your child, but how do you even prepare the environment? And how do you prepare yourself for it? I used to have all of these questions and more when my son was little so I have put together a course to speak to a trusted Montessori educator on how you can implement tried-and-tested Montessori techniques at home and how to navigate around your child's development periods, all while integrating natural solutions and essential oils into your routines. If you want to do the same for your child, then visit https://www.oilyessentialsfamily.com/montessori to read more about the essential parents course. It's suitable for ages zero to seven. Design Your Own manual that works for your family and your child.
Karen Daubert is the founder and host of the podcast Talk About Your Period. Throughout her life, she always loved facilitating conversations about “unconventional” topics. Frustrated by society’s backwards attitude towards periods, she decided to create an environment that promotes, encourages, and celebrates conversations about menstruation.
She is a recently former expat mom. I moved to Taiwan shortly after getting married. When she is not talking about periods, she is spending time with her family, brushing up on her Chinese, or thrifting for second-hand goodies.