Let's Meet at the Menopause Cafe

Let's Meet at the Menopause Cafe

What a great idea!  I was lucky and didn't have a hard time with mine.  I think it's because I sweated a lot anyway and had the mood swings.  Nothing seemed different.  LOL  But I have on occasion found it difficult to be free with the "word" because it does have a "meaning".  Well I used to put a meaning on it.  I'd joke in my stand-up saying oh this must be what menopause feels like. Inferring of course that I wasn't there yet.  Lie. 

The last taboo: Menopause cafes hope to enable more women to talk about experiences

Sunday Post  |  Alison Kirker

Outside the venue in Perth, she saw a woman looking a bit lost and asked if she was looking for it. “Yes, I am,” she said. “But I couldn’t ask for it downstairs… I couldn’t say that word.” That moment alone convinced Rachel that there must surely be a need for the event she was running. Even in 2018, some people – both men and women – find it hard to say the word menopause, never mind discuss it openly.

Emma Thompson Only Feels Better With Age

Emma Thompson Only Feels Better With Age

Pack Your Suitcase And Go!

Pack Your Suitcase And Go!

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