Book: I’m still hot

The age of home mental health care is here

Since the spring of 2020 when the world realized it was okay to start talking about mental health, people have been identifying their own struggles in record numbers. This has led to enormous demands in mental health support sources

About the author

Meet Audrianna

Audrianna Joy Gurr is currently in her 14th year of private practice as a licensed, professional counselor, seeing individuals and groups, fully in telehealth since spring 2020. She has worked in community mental health since 2005 and has received official citations of thanks from Portland Police and the FBI for her work in human trafficking. Since 2009 she has been a Certified Addictions Therapist and a Daring Way™ Facilitator (Brene Brown) since 2013.

Take the survey

If you want to be a part of the book and connect with our community, please take the survey and share with us (completely privately) your experiences with and through menopause.

About the book

Everybody thinks that menopause is the end of the line for women but, actually it is frequently the beginning of a new era,  especially if they feel empowered through their journey in mental health.  Menopause is a hard, stigmatized, 

and misunderstood era of women’s lives. It also affects billions of people across the globe every year. It can be made better by  a deeper understanding of one’s own emotional experience and how menopause provides an opportunity for improvement and empowerment. 

Compassion, empathy and gratitude are often talked about on social media, but many people may not really know what they really consist of. It is hard to work on improving something if we don’t know what it is.
Audrianna Joy
Self doubt can also seep into women’s menopause journeys. Self doubt doesn’t necessarily show up physically, but it does jangle around in our brains. These experiences are all bedfellows.
Audrianna Joy

A preview of the book

In order to thrive through menopause, women need and deserve to have a better understanding of what the heck is going on. Women want to feel comfortable in their own skin, inside and out.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of stigma and ignorance around what menopause is and what it looks like for any individual. That lack of information can lead to new or increased mental health challenges and there is already enough to manage with all the other menopause symptoms! Being hard on yourself doesn’t make the journey any easier. 

Contact & Subscribe

Join an ever-growing community of empowered women by suscribing to our newsletter and much more to your inbox