Self-development refers to the commitment of a person to think and decide for oneself. This implies the discovery of new skills and the repetition of actions to improve habits and personal skills on a daily basis.
Saying “no” is usually difficult and even painful.
We are afraid that the other will be angry, disappointed, that he no longer loves us or takes us into account … the list is endless.
What would it mean if I had a clean desk at the end of every day? Would I be able to find things more easily the next day? Would it mean that I finished something? Would it mean I had a beginning and an end to my work day? Would it mean I did not have very much work? If my physical desk is clean do I have to clean my computer desktop and file all my emails?
Menopause is a personal transition period that can be difficult, but it also should be considered a time for personal reflection. It is a phase where the benchmarks and values adopted so far may undergo changes. Adopting a clear attitude that allows us to discern between what works and what no longer works, can provide ease in this process, and help us to avoid quality of life changes.
Menopause is a fact of every woman’s life. Some women may feel mentally and emotionally weak during this phase, and some may be actually fighting to stay as strong as they were before starting their peri-menopause. Some may be struggling with loneliness and others may be working through it with their beloved family members by their side.