Are you way too young to be considered menopausal? Yet, you’re finding your body looks and feels inexplicably different from the one you’ve known and loved for years?
Are your favorite exercise modes now less enjoyable?
Is the healthy plan of eating you’ve successfully used now resulting in weight gain?
Dammit … It IS Menopause! Delivers a collection of daily meditations and experiences of author Sally Bartlett. You will find hope, comfort, and clarity amidst the frustration of hormonal transition—a transition that impacts millions of women yearly.
Sally Bartlett is a speaker, workplace menopause educator, and author of Dammit … It IS Menopause! and MORE Dammit … It IS Menopause! an intimate and candid look behind the scenes at the psychological impact of menopause that offers holistic tips for hope, comfort, and clarity. Sally has coached countless clients through peri-/menopause on the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual level. AND she has gone on to thrive + flourish through her own menopause!
The holidays are upon us! Opportunities to eat spontaneously abound. Of course there is nothing wrong with ANY food choice; food and eating are not moral issues. However there comes a point when excess food robs me of intimacy opportunities with my loved ones. Try this quick emotional agility CTA to keep your self-talk healthy and your loved ones close:
Write yourself a letter of encouragement, telling yourself what a great job you did on something. It can be from God, your wise inner self, your compassionate parent, or anyone you feel safe with and loved by.
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Dammit … It IS Menopause!
Costco granola began calling my name from the kitchen. How did it know my name? I went to it. We had a “quickie” and I came to my senses. I took a deep breath. I got out the veggies. It’s funny how veggies never know my name.