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Your emotional universe: Sadness

Emotions are great messengers. They have a meaning in themselves, none of them appear in your life just because.
If you learn to recognize and express your emotions, you will develop a much kinder vision of life and, as a consequence, you will better tolerate stress and loss of control in the face of changes. In turn, it will be much easier for you to understand the emotions of those around you and respect their times.

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A Dancer’s Perspective: Finding Balance after Menopause

At first, I thought it was my new prescription for one contact lens to focus on distance and one to focus on seeing the computer screen. But my balance was changing. I did not notice this while doing everyday activities, but I did notice a new wobble while trying to balance on the ball of my foot when standing on one leg. Dancers require excellent balance for every aspect of their art. When my pirouettes became less confident, I began to seek out a solution beyond my contact lens experiment.

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What Can Men Do, When Their Woman Or Partner Reaches The Phase In Life Of The Menopause?

The typical discomforts or pains in the menopause are pain regarding the menstrual cycle, weight gain, heat waves, heart palpitations, insomnia, mood swings, vaginal dryness, incontinence or bladder problems, loss of libido, joint pain, hair and skin problems, osteoporosis, bleedings, and depression.