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Please go check out my guest blog on MidlifeIt, called 10 Ways Perimenopause Helped Me Get My Sh*t Together. It’s authentic. It’s unapologetically me. It’s an actual account of how I feel in real time. I hope you enjoy. 10 Ways Perimenopause Helped Me… Continue Reading “10 Ways Perimenopause Helped Me Get My Sh*t Together”
It’s been a little over four years since my menopause rhapsody started. After I found out why I was having hot flashes at night and vaginal dryness was a reoccurring thing, anxiety and spiritual awakening took over. “Do you think I’m crazy?” I asked… Continue Reading “My Experience with Midlife (So Far)”
by Madeline Y Sutton, MD, MPH (Dr. Madeline, MD) We’ve all heard our mothers, aunties, friends, and grandmothers speak of “the change.” Then, we reach this period of transition, and we’re still like, “What in the world is happening?” No matter what we think… Continue Reading “Embracing the Change by Madeline Y Sutton, MD, MPH (Dr. Madeline, MD)”
Na’Shara Tyson (age 40) is the mother of two young men and a wife to a pastor. Daily, she gives thanks to God. Na’Shara is also an elementary school educator and an adjunct professor at the same college she graduated from. By 2024, she… Continue Reading “Photo Feature: Na’Shara Tyson”
Like most women, I always knew the day was coming when I’d have to deal with menopause. I wasn’t especially worried about it, as I didn’t want to conceive any more children and considered menstrual periods to be an annoyance I would gladly do without.… Continue Reading “My Choice”