Most of us, consciously or unconsciously, have a little fear that peeks out when we hear the word menopause. If we are very young, we usually let it pass as a distant noise that we do not even need to pay attention to. If we are approaching this stage, which may be in our 40s, we want to continue ignoring it, but the noise comes closer and more often. In the end, due to things that are happening to us in the body and in the soul, we must dare to inquire what that mysterious and even frightening word hides.
Are you a visual person still yearning to find a way to express yourself creatively? Are you considering entering the world of fine art?
It is my personal tradition to watch the yearly Academy Awards. In Germany, it was broadcast late at night. I was enjoying a nice sparkling wine, while excitedly watching the nominees arriving on the red carpet.
What if we knew that fear has no place in our lives? What if your life is actually all about knowing how loved you are for who you are and what you bring? How would that change how you live your life?
Having sexual intercourse as a peri, menopause, and post-menopausal woman can be pretty painful for some women. Research suggests that some women would rather abstain from the painful experience and discomfort surrounding sexual intercourse. Every peri, menopause, and post-menopausal woman experiences sexual intercourse during these phases differently. This article is for you if you are a peri, menopause, and post-menopausal woman experiencing pain and discomfort during sexual intercourse.