Identifying your inner "madwoman" can help you beat stress, experts reveal

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Sisters Dr Emily and Amelia Nagoski, from Massachusetts, have argued that every woman has an 'inner madwoman' and that by befriending her, the stress cycle can be beaten for good.
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