Research shows, again and again, that sharing with others reduces stress and anxiety and social connections are the best markers of good health and longevity.
Arming your children with pre-arranged responses to certain situations helps to give them a sense of control and a feeling that they are providing you with what you need from them.
How do you communicate with your partner and have a conversation about how you are feeling and the experience of going through menopause?
This blog post is about the importance of noticing and combating negative self talk in menopause.
Learning to communicate well about menopause is essential to enabling others to understand and support a woman through menopause
Many women describe the magical effects of essential oils for sleep, hair loss, hot flashes, and even reviving their sex lives. Our viewpoint is that even if it is a placebo* effect, it is welcome if it helps to overcome a problem. Our body-mind connection is the wizard in this case, so why argue if it makes us feel better and even heals us!?
Women have a general knowledge of menopause, and an idea of what to expect but many are less informed about the details like their changing nutrient needs and the specific of what they could expect in perimenopause and menopause.
The past few decades have brought back the idea that natural is better, more so because many synthetic drugs have proven, too often, to cause more harm than good.
We need to know what to blame on the hormones and what to middle age – what is a hormonal change and what is a life shift. This is why all women in their 30s and 40s need to learn about the changes that await them so that they can prepare and be ready!