Dr. Aiesha Turman does so many things and she does them with JOY. She is the kind of teacher that students keep in touch with for the rest of their lives, which is a rare and special thing. We totally get the appeal, because we had the best time talking to her about Reiki, Afrofuturism, literature, her work on the incredible award-winning documentary Crip Camp, and the differences AND similarities between the hormonal transitions of her mother, her daughter, and herself. You'll also get to hear about Ellie graduating from her therapist, the time Julia sharted the bed, and how strangers need to mind their own business and not offer random opinions to people they know nothing about. So much good stuff, PLUS a discount code for listeners who want to try Reiki with Dr. Turman. (You want to try it. Trust us.)
Topics and timestamps
16:35 - What is Reiki and how can it help?
23:00 - How Dr. Turman hazed her mom during HER menopause
28:20 - The importance of intergenerational conversation about menopause
36:19 - What is Afrofuturism? Dr. Turman explains.
44:35 - Discussing with puberty with her mother and her daughter
52:44 - Dr. Turman's work on the documentary Crip Camp
Handles and sites
Dr. Turman's Website
For 15% off Reiki with Dr. Turman, enter code CIRCLING at checkout
Electric Relaxation Substack
Dr. Turman's Insta
Dr. Turman's facebook
List of Resources Mentioned
Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler
My Awesome Black Queer Mom by Aiesha Turman
The Crip Camp Educational Curriculum
The Other 50% Podcast
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Erin's Faces Affiliate Link
Julia G Wellness
We were ranked in the "60 Best Menopause Podcasts"!