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Waiting on the Doorstep? Get Ready for Some Change.

This is a guest post by Kelly Burton, creator of Bodyology. I’m not menopausal. I’m not even pre-menopausal (at least I don’t think I am).  I’m a 35 year old woman who since turning 30 has had a love-hate relationship with her body. I love my body. It hates me. While we all learn from […]

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Twelve Steps to “Finding Your Fabulous”

Does menopause ever make you feel “too old?” Whatever our age, it seems like we carry the weight of the world on our shoulders while life is passing us by. We’re too old to go out and have fun. Too old for that dress. Too old to wear the bright red lipstick, even though it’s […]

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The Tao of Turning Fifty: An Interview with Jennifer Boire

Sometimes, life feels like a journey along a winding path. And that path has detours, dead ends and road signs that can be hard to read. So how do women find their way when it seems like we have no sense of direction and are utterly bewildered? Well, according to Jennifer Boire, MA and author […]

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Facing Menopause? Tell Your Story.

Millions of women struggle with menopause symptoms every day. And we all have a story to tell. Mine started more than four years ago. I was in my late thirties when my doctor told me that I was starting to experience early symptoms of perimenopause. I thought I was too young. And I was scared […]

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5 Keys to Surviving Your Menopause Transition

Something crazy is going on. You haven’t had a good night’s sleep in weeks. You gain weight just looking at that tub of Ben and Jerry’s.  And you’re sweating profusely, which is strange because the states are covered in ice all the way from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico. Deep down, you’ve probably […]

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8 Ways to Stay Positive During Menopause

Finding the light at the end of the tunnel can be difficult for many women during menopause. On top of our physical symptoms sit all the mental and emotional issues we face, as well. And it isn’t always easy. Because, after all, we still need to work, take care of our families, spend time with […]

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