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  • Nov 13 2012

    Fibromyalgia and Menopause Part II

    My recent diagnosis of fibromyalgia left me feeling both relieved and frustrated. Relieved because I was told I do not have RA (rheumatoid arthritis), frustrated because fibromyalgia is such a nebulous condition. So nebulous in fact, that nearl...

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  • Nov 07 2012

    Fibromyalgia and Menopause

    I received a diagnosis of fibromyalgia recently. I saw a Rheumatologist because I was convinced the symptoms which I have been exhibiting the last 18 months were an autoimmune system issue, and pointed to rheumatoid arthritis, aka, RA: nodes in...

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  • Nov 02 2012

    Coping with Menopause in a Sound Bite World

    I will be the first one to tell you that I love technology. I love my iPhone with all of its fancy apps. I love my laptop. I love Twitter. I love Facebook. I love Google+ (well, I’m working on loving Google+), and I love the Internet. But, like...

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  • Aug 30 2012

    Menopause can be the Happiest Time of Your Life

    There’s a lot to be said about the sadness of perimenopause,what it represents, and how it makes women feel. I know, because I’ve had plenty to say about it. Profound life changes which are born out of loss, such as perimenopause, will natural...

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  • Aug 10 2012

    Post BlogHer 2012 Sleep Hangover

    If you are ever uncertain of just how old you really are, take a trip somewhere for about five days, eat different food, sleep in a different bed, and fight your way through a couple of crazy airports. If that doesn’t reveal your true age, well,...

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  • Apr 16 2012

    Surviving Menopause: You’ve Earned Your New Attitude!

    Back in the day – the days when I was firmly in the grip, or perhaps I should say clutches, of perimenopause, I felt out of control. I felt so out of control that I sometimes bordered on the edge of panic attacks. For some women, being in cont...

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