Menopause isn’t something that’s openly discussed… at least, not until it happens, and even then, only among close friends. Which means that it’s actually very difficult to find out anything about what to expect during peri-menopause & menopause until you’re right in the middle of it.
As far as the medical profession goes, the information available is either really vague or really generic: you may experience this, you might find that, this other thing could be a symptom of menopause, but we don’t know.
There’s very little concrete information about menopause because we all experience different things at different times: there’s no certainty about the age at which we’ll start menopause, we have no idea how long it will last and no clue as to which possible symptoms will present and which ones we’re going to avoid.
Come and join me and Maurya Reider in conversation talking about what we experienced during menopause and how we dealt with it. Maurya has some amazing tips for supporting our loved ones.
Today's Guest: Maurya Rieder
Wife, mother, IT Project Manager, avid personal growth devotee.
Maurya Rieder, oldest of 4 kids, parent of two, American by nature, Australian by choice.
She loves to pursue growth type activities, including participating in Landmark Education’s programs for a number of years.
Reading personal growth books is one of her favourite pastimes.
Maurya has been in menopause for 3 years and is, on the whole, quite happy about that.