Please read, a positive way to look at peri/meno today

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My menopause is speaking loudly.

Heart palpitations tell me to listen deeply.

Mood swings remind me take a moment to stop and breath.

Anxiety asks of me what are your deepest fears?

Hormones running amok means, I am ever changing and change is sometimes painful

Fatigue says lay down rest awhile and nurture your body.

Lack of sex drive, I am more than a sexual being.

Pain in my body reminds me to practice self love.

I found this on a menopause group that I am in on Facebook. I thought it was something great to share. Sending big ((hugs)) to each of you today 😃

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    thats a lovely post and the 'self love' part is so important as we beat ourselves up every day . i know as going through both that and mono .. i have a lot of time to think ... and being alone going through this ... can only make us stronger

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    oh my, thank you Becky, for sharing this!! its wonderful!!!!!! hugs!!!❤❤

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    hi Becky - Thank you for sharing...yes this is a time in our lives to reflect and to learn to self care...i am just trying to figure out what burning body parts , brain fog and digestion issues are supposed to teach me - HaHa!

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    Thank you for posting this...it does help to try an different perspective on all this.

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    Thanks for sharing. This was very insightful.

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    becky...

    thx so much for this...we all need this....lots of love girl ❤ xoxo

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