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Episode #13 Making Menopause Mainstream
with guest Jesse Schewchuk

Dawn Taylor welcomes CEO and Executive-Producer of Modern Muse Media, Jesse Schewchuk to the show to talk about what’s never talked about: menopause. Jess wants to “make the m-word mainstream” and open discussion up so women can find the support they need in menopause.

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Dawn Taylor welcomes CEO and Executive-Producer of Modern Muse Media, Jesse Schewchuk, to the show to talk about what’s never talked about: menopause. Jesse wants to “make the m-word mainstream” and open discussion up so women can find the support they need in menopause.

 

Jesse and Dawn both lost mothers earlier in life, before they had entered menopause, and they talk about the disadvantages of not feeling prepared or having any conversations before they themselves became menopausal. Jesse wants menopause to become a more open conversation because it’s so much more than just jokes about hot flashes. She explains how it’s like a total brain re-wiring and the emotional upheaval it brings.

 

Dawn and Jesse shed light on the reality of what menopause looks like from their personal experiences: the truth about hot flashes, heightened emotion, brain fog, and body changes. And they share important advice and tips on treatments, therapies, supplements, and mindsets that have worked to help them regulate their journeys. This episode isn’t just for anyone experiencing menopause but for the spouses, partners, and friends of those in menopause too. 

 

About Jesse Schewchuk:

 

Multi-award-winning Television Producer Jesse Schewchuk is the Founder and CEO of a thriving Video Training Agency, Modern Muse Media. With over two decades of television experience, Jesse is now focused on helping industry professionals build their brand with intention and capitalize on the tangible impact of video as the premier medium for business promotion and marketing.  Her achievements led to a Cover Feature in Avenue Magazine's "Top 40 under 40" and a nominee of a Canadian Screen Award for Best Dramatic TV Series (this is the Emmy of Canada, Folks!). Jesse is currently the President of the Edmonton Business Association and is Past Vice-President of Women in Film and Television Alberta (WIFTA).  Her passion is to entertain, train, and inspire people through the power of story and video every single day.

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

 

  • Tips and Tricks for Surviving Menopause

    • Code word for extreme feelings to use with a partner

    • No caffeine

    • Heated blanket, warmth, full-body hugs

    • Meditation, sensory overload plan, understanding triggers

    • B100 complex and camomile tea

    • IV therapy

    • Yoga for menopause

    • Red light therapy

Jesse Schewchuk - CEO / Executive-Producer at Modern Muse Media: website | instagram | linkedin | facebook

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Meghan

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I had been in therapy since I was 16, over 20 years of going to therapy before I met Dawn. But in 14-15 months of working with her, my brain has essentially rewired itself. How I view my friends, myself, and God has changed. But you have to buy in, and be willing to work through the tough stuff to get to the other side.

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