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Davina McCall: Sex, Myths & the Menopause (available on 4OD)
We find it frustrating that women don’t feel that they can talk about the menopause and apparently so does Davina! You will have seen over the last 12 months that we’ve run a number of talks with VHK Education Dr Heidi Kerr and Dr Victoria Hobbs who offer appointments via Health and Her platform. We’ve discussed this taboo subject and all the battles that come along with it. So we love that this is now getting some air time on our TV screens and raising awareness of what the menopause is really about. Davina talks to many women from different backgrounds with a range of different experiences who are all brave enough to share their story and help you to realise that you are not alone.
For any BBC Radio 2 listeners, this name may already be familiar to you as he hosts a show on a Sunday night at 10pm all about mental health and wellbeing. On his...
We are lucky enough to have some incredibly engaged parents and teenagers within our membership.
Here are two of them telling you what they love about the HOW Inspire membership.
Two very different answers going to prove that each girl takes different things away from each session. Bethan, aged 12, and Claudia, aged 14.
But... if you are not happy then we are not happy.
Not every digital or off the shelf product in the world will appeal to everyone.
Your daughter's future is important to us, we want her to enjoy, engage and get huge value from what we do so if you are not happy then you can leave no questions asked within the first 30 days and get your money back.
We are here to help the girls to find that spark, the moment that might change their path in life. For them to be inspired and engaged.
By going live 7-8pm on Thursdays BST we hold a safe space to engage with our members and invite speakers, role models and mentors who come and...
Let’s just get it out there. It is tough.
It has twists and turns like no other road in life.
The highs and the lows are bigger than the highest mountain climb and there is NO instruction manual.
When we have our babies we gather and grow a support network.
Baby groups, playgroups, surrounding ourselves with other people doing what we are doing. Supporting and nurturing ourselves through this new time, safe in the knowledge that everyone else has hard times too.
Then that all stops.
Life gets in the way and we muddle along knowing everyone else has struggles too but not really looking to talk about it.
This is our first full day dedicated to parents.
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Our membership parents told us that they need this.
So, we provided it.
The HOW People are there for our teens. The HOW Inspire membership is for teen girls 11-16 yrs all over the world to connect, learn and be inspired.
Every teen girl comes with parents or...
Drop everything and WATCH THIS. Two clips, under three minutes each, that will change your mindset and you will want to share with others.
Do it. You will thank yourself, promise.
The biggest Welsh rugby fan in America, Director of Infrastructure Operations at Amazon and previously MD of GE Aviation here in Wales La-Chun came to talk to our HOW Inspire membership and we all left feeling totally inspired, pumped and ready to go and chase our dreams... she loved it as much as we did too!
“We have forgotten how to be good guests, how to walk lightly on the earth as its other creatures do.”
Over the last 12 months, we have all been forced to open our eyes and take a moment to appreciate the world around us.
Clearing our beaches and public spaces of litter has always been a huge passion of ours at HOW HQ. We have collaborated with 2 minute beach clean to bring a #2minutebeachclean board to our local beach...
Here at The HOW People, you’ll find us cheerleading amazing women everyday but as Monday 8th March is International Women’s Day we are dedicating this month’s blog to sharing with you how individuals, charities and projects are trying to change the future for the next generation of women.
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #choosetochallenge and you can watch some brilliant creations by women from a variety of backgrounds speaking about how and why they choose to challenge gender bias and inequality. We love the engaging poem by Aminah Rahman and the video by JayaHadADream about her experiences as a woman with a passion for music!
Got a bit more time? Watch the UN speech given by the truly inspirational Malala Yousafzai, the young girl who was shot by the Taliban for speaking out for girls’ right to education. She went on to become the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and...
1-7th February is Children's Mental Health Week.
This year, more than any other, we are seeing more and more children really struggling.
Uncertainty, family stresses, financial worries at home, no school - then school - then no school, not seeing friends, no play dates, no birthday parties, no sport, no clubs, no swimming, no museums, being asked to keep away from friends in the park.
What can we do to help them now and in the months ahead?
What practical steps and ground work can we do now?
1. A little bit of routine
HOW can routines help our anxiety?
As adults make lots of decisions every day but so do our kids, especially teens.
What to wear, what to eat, what to do for the day, what piece of work to finish first.
If you have too many decisions to make then that this can increase anxiety
Try having some "certainty anchors” built into your day.
These are things that make parts of our day solid, anchored and unchanged.
This is harder at the moment...
It’s easy to fall into the social media black hole where you find yourself scrolling for hours catching up on what all your friends and celebrities are up to. Even though social media is a fantastic tool for communicating with people, learning new skills and for getting inspiration, it’s essential to take control of how we use social media, and how often. To help prevent you from falling into the social media black hole, here are a few of my top tips for healthier social media habits.
1. Follow Inspiring Accounts
You have the control to follow and unfollow whatever accounts you like. Of course, friends and family go without saying, following those your closest with is a great way to show support for one another!
Outside of your social circle, think about what kind of things you enjoy, like animals. I love cats, and they make...