Menopause and Marriage



Menopause and Marriage - Does it mix?

Uh.....this is another topic rarely discussed among women and it's something we will ALL experience on some level.

I'm in the peri-menopause stage now and let me tell you....this is not a fun ride for me or Kevin.  Peri-menopause is the looooong journey before full menopause (end of menstrual flow) occurs.

Young women, take notes! Take care of your body NOW!

The next few posts, I'll share my own experiences plus a few experiences of close friends as we endure peri-menopause and menopause in marriage.

Symptoms will be discussed and resources will be shared.

Stay tuned....stay informed....and stay married through your menopause!

3 comments:

Janet said...

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Leslie Lim said...

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Zean
www.imarksweb.org

Unknown said...

Let me say this to all women: YOU are responsible to address the affects of menopause. Men cannot do it, men cannot fix it, men did not cause it. So if at any moment the thought that men need be more thoughtful, shove that thought from your mind. If you as the woman encountering the affects of menopause fail to take care of yourself , there is absolutely NO ONE who needs do anything other than You! If you inflict pain, frustration, bitchiness on your loved ones and especially your spouse, then you own that and get what you get. Do not expect sympathy or understanding. The fat hog of a man who has high blood pressure and dies of a heart attack is to blame for his death. So to a menopausal woman who alienates their spouse. You are where the blame lies, NO WHERE ELSE.