Do you have hobbies that are completely separate from those of your partner? Does your partner absolute throw themselves at a particular interest that you would never dream of bothering to participate in? Is this a good thing for your relationship and for yourself? Or is it a negative thing? Listen below as Raph and Jane discuss.
‘Identity’ is quite an abstract term, but in general it is understood to mean our sense of self as represented in our relationships with other people (e.g. being a partner, a parent, a colleague or a friend); our nationality, culture and language and, of great importance, our occupation.
Iris is 11 weeks today and as she grows, and jumps up a size in her clothes, I can't help but feel a little sad ... she's growing too fast! But it's these times that I realise how lucky I am to have a year off from work so that I can focus on this beautiful little person in our lives.
Raph Epstein and Dr Jane Fisher are talking traditions on Life and Other Catastrophes - traditions you have tried to create, or traditions that you have tried to escape.
Our free health articles cover a different women's health issue each month and may be reprinted in your organisation's newsletter, magazine, blog or website at no cost. This month's topic is 'Protecting the mental health of new parents'.
Women with coronary artery disease (CAD) are significantly more likely to avoid sexual intercourse despite it being safe for patients with stable CAD, a study in Iran has found.
Want to increase your luck in life? In this episode of Life and Other Catastrophes Dr Jane Fisher covers the three key characteristics of lucky people.
In support of Postnatal Depression Awareness Week (16-22 November), Jean Hailes for Women’s Health wants women and men to know that discussing their experiences following the birth of a baby can help them become confident parents.
Oestrogen plays an important role in regulating mood. Read this Medical Observer article and learn about the important windows of vulnerability that women face at different life stages and how this can inform therapeutic considerations and targeted treatment.
This week Raf Epstein and Dr Jane Fisher are talking about patience. Do you get better at being patient as you get older? Do you often feel your irritation rise? Or do you live by the saying that all good things come to those who wait.