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PODCAST: Can perimenopause and menopause be part of a beautiful journey?

March 26, 2019

Meet the lovely Jessie-Lynn MacDonald, certified Clarity coach, 3P Practitioner and Facilitator, and host of The CPR of Life Podcast.

 

Jessie interviewed me for her podcast and we created an episode called, "Can Perimenopause And Menopause Be Part Of A Beautiful Journey?"

 

I know that some women may read this title while burdened by symptoms and immediately want to answer a definitive "No! How could midlife change have anything to do with a beautiful journey?!"

 

Deep in night sweats, hot flashes, migraines, emotional instability, anxiety and more, it may well seem impossible that there could be any positive side to perimenopause and menopause. I know, because I remember what it's like when all you want is for your symptoms to go away so you can feel like yourself again.

 

But there is another side to midlife change. To experience it, we need to see that the ideas that our bodies are malfunctioning, that our hormones are getting it wrong, and that women were never supposed to live beyond menopause are all MYTHS – myths that we need to let go.

 

Even if you've heard one of my other podcasts interviews, I hope that you might find some new inspiration by listening to this episode. 

 

Listen to the podcast here:
https://jessielynnmacdonald.com/can-perimenopause-and-menopause-be-part-of-a-beautiful-journey/

 

 

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