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The simplicity of my day to day life
From domestic violence and partying and playing sport to now living simply from day to day and committing to life.
On being a woman
From a life of ‘hardness’ to living with the strength of true sensitivity. Many women feel that their life is over at a certain age – I love telling people that “I’m 70 and I’m just getting started!”
Sex appeal of beautiful mature women – what exactly does that look like?!
Josephine Bell explores the choice women have to age gracefully while bringing true sexy back.
Perimenopausal symptoms – what is my body saying?
By understanding the symptoms of perimenopause can we heal ourselves and our body, in preparation for the next phase of life?
Menopause: recognising our inner beauty as women
Menopause and post menopause is a time of psychological and physical change but it doesn’t have to be all downhill from there – recognising our inner beauty can be transformative.
Menopause: hot flushes – what’s it all about?
This article by Sharon Gavioli explores a woman’s life-changing personal experience of transforming her struggle with hot flushes to gaining a deeper understanding of menopause
Menopause: the myths of being invisible
At menopause we may feel ‘invisible’ as we adjust to this natural change. Don’t buy into the notion that once menopause is entered, life is effectively over for women. Discover the true Joy of Menopause.
Menopause 101: is this the end of the road? ... No way!
An Introduction to Menopause – do women have to settle for the supposedly inevitable full stop on life that apparently Menopause announces? Or is there far more to Menopause than we realise?
Painful sex or making love post menopause?
Painful sex after menopause is accepted by many women as ‘just the way it is’. What if understanding the difference between making love and having sex was an important key to remedying this situation?
Letting go of mothering others: is this one of our signs of menopause?
We know the menopause as a time of physical change, but does this time also mark a significant shift in the way a woman mothers?