Dr. Susan Hardwick-Smith is dedicated to empowering women in midlife to feel fully alive – sexually, relationally, and spiritually. An award-winning gynecologist and best-selling author of Sexually Woke, Dr. Susan believes that a woman can experience her most fulfilling life and truest self at 40, 50, and beyond.
Join Dr. Susan and her guests as they dive into the secrets of reawakening your sex life, spirituality, relationships, and how to live the second half of life as an open field of possibility in which to play, explore, and finally be your true self.
How to Relieve Vaginal Dryness and Painful Intercourse to Revive Our Sex Life & Relationship
I'm very excited to share with you some of the latest procedures and solutions we can do for one of the most common symptoms that I hear from women in menopause - and before menopause - which is vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse. This, along with other issues that arise during midlife, can lead to an unfulfilling sex life for ourselves and our partners. The good news is that we can optimize these parts of our body that change as we age so that we can continue having a vibrant, pain-free sex life and fulfilling relationship. From products to procedures, enjoy learning about these solutions that are available to you.
Apply the Secrets of the Sexually Woke to Your Whole Life: It's Not Just About Sex
Today I'm sharing my recent thoughts about how the secrets of the sexually woke apply to every aspect of your life, not just sex. This includes financial, career, family, and life in general. As a gyncecologist, I often look at life through the lens of sex, but I also understand that sex isn't a top priority or top of mind for everyone at this particular moment. Join me as I discuss the secrets of the sexually woke and how you can apply them to all areas of your life in order to feel fully alive and fulfilled.
Navigating Your Career & Motherhood Through Self-Care and Gratitude
Today I'm speaking with Houston icon Rachel Gower, the CEO of award-winning salon network, The Upper Hand, and mother to twin girls. We talk about navigating careers, relationships, and motherhood – and how to find time for self-care in the middle of all of it.
Honoring Our Feminine Bodies & Sexuality with Christine Mason, Founder of Rosebud Woman
Today's podcast guest is Christine Mason, the Founder & CEO of Rosebud Woman, a beautiful line of women's intimate wellness products. She is also the author of The Invitation: Daily Love for Your Intimate Self, which is a manifesto for women to accept and cherish their bodies. In this episode we dive into honoring and embracing our feminine sexual beings at every age so that we can experience self-love, playfulness, reverence, and joy.
Aging Without Apology & Opening Up About Sex with Nina Lorez Collins
Today I'm talking with entrepreneur, author, and former literary agent Nina Lorez Collins, who founded The Woolfer – a vibrant community of women centered on disrupting social norms around aging. We talk about the importance of opening up about our health and sex lives with a supportive community, asking for what you want in the bedroom, why you should own a vibrator, and more.
Let’s Talk About Menopause
One of the best parts about my job is that I get to have intimate conversations with women from all around the world. Every day I hear women describing their symptoms and experiences with menopause, and in today's episode I am sharing with you a list of the most common topics that come up.
My hope is that this episode will help normalize these symptoms and release you from that isolating feeling that something is wrong with you. When I went through menopause, I was worried that something was wrong with me, which is a terrible feeling. The good news is that you are not alone, there is nothing wrong with you, and women around the world are all going through the same thing.
Let's dive in and explore why these changes to our bodies are happening, and what you can do about them.
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You have to arm yourself with this type of education so you will be prepared and not fall victim to the midlife crisis. Thank you, Dr. Susan