Women have several identities, and Navigating “The Change” honors them all, especially because identifying as one identity can affect how we experience menopause.
Ariel Blue, age thirty-six, is a performing artist with a degree from Stetson University. She has fourteen years in performing arts experience and is a company member of Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe (WBTT) in Sarasota, Florida. She is the creator of the blog The… Continue Reading “Photo Feature: Ariel Blue”
I learned about Karen Arthur via Omisade’s Black Girls’ Guide to Menopause podcast. Once I heard her name, I added her on Instagram and began scrolling her posts with fervor. There was one post where she sounded off about how slanted the body mass… Continue Reading “Podcast Review: Menopause Whilst Black”
I loathe taking medications of any kind. It doesn’t matter what it’s for…I’m very skeptical of putting things in my body just because. With that said, menopause had my belly looking like a three-month pregnant woman, and that’s no bueno. It wasn’t until I… Continue Reading “Diary of a Menopausal Woman: Supplements”
by Marina Jacobs I was introduced to Dr. Mindy Pelz, last year when I searched ‘Fasting During Menopause’ and saw her YouTube video that suggests women over 50 add some feast items once a week to a Keto diet. I had been eating Keto… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Menopause Reset: Get Rid of Your Symptoms And Feel LIke Your Younger Self By: Marina Jacobs*”
A friend asks how my family is doing Family—I ponder the word, for if I had childrenI’d probably share their progress and accomplishmentsBut instead I try to make sense of the wordFor, what I hear is a question about the relationshipI have with my… Continue Reading “A Friend Asks How My Family Is Doing”