Nobody likes getting old. When we are young girls, we want to grow up as soon as possible. We want to be older, but we don’t want to be old.
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.
Love is all we need. We yearn for it. We desire it. We go to endless lengths to get it.
Yet, have you ever stopped to consider that you might be blocking love, and that this is creating all kinds of problems in your life?
After two decades of working with women, I’ve met this time and time again. On the surface we desperately want love, yet under the surface, we are doing everything possible to stop us from having it.
There’s a lot of discussions these days about the psychological after-effects of Covid. Hopefully, at some point we will all reach this looking-back stage of life.
I recently attended a congress about war grandchildren in Germany. This term is used for children of war children, roughly the generation born between 1960 and 1975. Their parents were children during the Second World War. The war grandchildren in Germany mostly grew up in a stable, relatively wealthy environment. They did not lack food, a warm bed, health care, or education. But they did lack emotional bonding.