Women have several identities, and Navigating “The Change” honors them all, especially because identifying as one identity can affect how we experience menopause.
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”
Navigating the Change has partnered with Alecia Dawn at YOGAMOTIF to offer everyone a natural remedy for insomnia: Yoga for Bedtime! In this 18-minute video, Alecia takes us through a gentle yoga practice that’s sure to prime you for a restful night. But remember,… Continue Reading “Wellness Wednesday: Yoga for Bedtime with YOGAMOTIF”
There are sixty-seven menopause symptoms of which I’m aware; however, one shook me so hard when it appeared. Ten years ago, a change in my skin was the first indication something was changing in my body, although I put it down to stress and… Continue Reading “Dementia?”
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”