Self doubt has made Dawn better. In the eighties, Dawn had been the focus of attention as the skinny, hyperactive frontwoman with model beauty. She was the very embodiment of rock cool, a position of lead singer for around two decades in her band Swoon in Texas, San Francisco, and New York. Dawn always stood apart, she looked elegant in a way that, entirely without malice, made other band members look absurd. Despite an air of mild embarrassment as the lead singer of a rock ‘n roll band, she has always looked confident, like a woman who knew what she liked and didn’t mind if people disagreed. If one woman was to be your cool mentor, Dawn was the one you would choose.
In recent times, Dawn has continued to sing but found her energy lacking and her throat would remain sore after her band’s rock ‘n roll performance. She saw an ad for Thrivelab on social media and thought she would see what balanced hormones were all about.
Dawn is unpretentious, self-deprecating, romantic, and faithful. She worked very hard for the band full of rockers. “Although I love to travel and perform on the stage in various cities, my throat started to hurt and I felt completely out of energy,” she says. “I was used to working long nights, the bar scene, but then it all started to catch up and I felt depleted.”
She moved into the band’s communal flat in Texas, and gradually felt she could not cut it as a lead singer any more. Dawn never rated her own singing, describing herself as lucky to have made it her career to do something she loves. Ironically, self doubt only made her better. “There were times when I felt depressed at the sense of loss of my voice. But when I spoke to the good medical staff at Thrivelab, got my blood work done, and began hormone treatment–bounced back quickly,” she says. “My throat isn’t hurting anymore. I have gained an extremely high natural energy and I am running long distances again without worrying about anything.”
There is also another side to Dawn’s greatness. “I know what it feels to be sick when you don’t feel good about your body,” she says. “I want to help women heal and get their life back,” she shouts with passion. “I feel blessed to have met the medical staff at ThriveLab, even if women want to balance hormones one at a time at a fairly inexpensive price, this is the place to do it safely. Thrivelab made a huge difference in my life.”
Dawn found that her hair changed, her nails changed, her energy bounced up, and she is back into singing with her band. “We are traveling more and doing shows across the country. I am also doing some shows using social media for fans who cannot get enough. My life as a singer has opened up.”
Getting her hormones re-balanced has added new dimensions to her life. “I had a biological father who never knew me,” she says. “Getting my body right allowed me to get my feelings right and make peace with the past. I am not angry with him or anyone anymore. Feeling balanced helped me take on a stressful encounter.”
Dawn is also helping both her sister and 75-years old mother get treatment for their hormones. “I know how taking the self-assessment, getting the blood work done, and valuable advice from the medical staff helped me. The results are legendary. As an advocate for Thrivelab, I am very excited about alleviating women from any suffering.”
Dawn is a very sensitive lady behind the sardonic, unruffled exterior. She considers being a big band singer a job, while detaching herself from what she calls, “a silly teenage world for grown people to be making their living at.” It may not have been the band she would have chosen but there is serious dedication to playing to a live audience, to her fellow musicians, and to transcend the soundbite cliches of the world.
“I love singing, running, and taking care of my family,” she says. Perhaps, even beyond the cool timelessness of her look and gentle modesty is the way she embodies the ideal of the rock band as a team, faithful forever in ways that make fans love her. Singing in front of a crowd is Dawn’s innate desire for both tension and relaxation at the same time.