Kat Hei: Menopause: What Your Mama Didn't Tell You

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The fifth eBook in the Recipes for Life Series deals with menopause.

Menopause: What Your Mama Didn't Tell You is a walk through the menopause journey that women take. In this book we go beyond the classic symptoms of hot flashes and mood swings that get so much hype in the media. We'll talk about those very real symptoms that are seldom mentioned. Did you know that the first stage of menopause, perimenopause, can begin as early as 10 -15 years before menopause actually occurs in a woman's life? This means that perimenopause can begin in a woman's life as early as her thirties, sooner if other conditions exist. Ten to fifteen years is a substantial amount of time to experience symptoms of any kind. When a couple decides together to increase their knowledge base in the subject areas that affect the very core of their lives together, there is usually less confusion and strife in the relationship. Less confusion and strife leads to more happiness. Happy couples are more willing to stick together when things get tough. Remember, tough times are temporary. In this book, we'll discuss how perimenopausal symptoms can make a woman feel. We'll also discuss how a woman's menopausal symptoms can make a man feel. A man does have feelings about what a woman is going through. Each chapter has a section that is geared specifically toward men.

Did you know that a husband (or brother) can play an integral role in how his wife (or sister) gets through this time of her life?

Gentlemen: You have my respect and my gratitude for considering reading this book. What you are considering reading today will pay off handsomely in the weeks, months, and years to come. Not only will you become an encouragement to the woman in your life by reading this book, but you will also be a lifesaver to the next man you meet that is completely clueless as to what-in-the-world is going on with his wife, sister, or daughter during this trying time in a woman's life.

Publish Date
eBook format March 1, 2013