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Claire Fullerton: award winning author of "Dancing to an Irish Reel."
I feel it will be a great seller for those in the throws of a very confusing time in life.
I lucked out, for some reason I have never experienced the HOT flashes but wasn't so blessed to miss out on all the other chapters of this book!
We have groups for everything. Grief and Loss groups and such and there is something about gathering in a group that can relate to whatever you are going through! THIS book does that! You feel as if you can relate and are not alone! This author writes as if you are talking over an iced tea with a friend! I love her humor and look forward to her next book! I am a fan!
Ms. Kaye shares her personal experiences with the various stages of menopause and how she got through it with the help of her friends and health care providers.
Reading this book made me realize that I was not alone with my feelings. I liked that Ms. Kaye stressed that what works for one woman may not work for another and to keep in contact with your healthcare providers. I also enjoyed her sense of humor. I admire the fact that she found a way that was natural and worked for her.
Warning: This book is for Mature Audiences due to the subject matter and some Adult Language. While a male could read it, I'm not sure that he would understand or appreciate some of the feelings and symptoms expressed by the author.
If you're looking for a dry, informational guidebook about menopause, then look elsewhere. If you're looking for an easy, familiar read that feels like you're sharing a glass of wine with a good friend, I think you will enjoy this book.
An excellent writer, we share her humor and feel her pain, only to acknowledge: "Oh yeah, been there, done that" Whether you have already addressed this experience or are now approaching it, purchase this as a reference handbook, if only to give to a spouse, boss, friend or relative and say, "See, that's why I'm acting this way!"