Do You Need To Prepare For Menopause?

Written by Alicia Simpson


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As soon as you begin noticing changes in your menstrual cycle, especially if youíre in your 40ís, you should consult with your gynecologist, who will probably want to run a battery of tests. One ofrepparttar tests your doctor should perform is a blood test that will check your hormone levels.

But change is certain. There is no predicting your own passage through menopause; it may be long or short, bumpy or smooth. Nor can you foreseerepparttar 145739 time when you will begin it.

Whenever and however menopausal changes appear, it can be valuable to have information beforehand and while youíre experiencing menopause. Studies have shown that women who are prepared to take charge of their own health care tend to do best throughrepparttar 145740 menopausal passage. Information can function as your survival kit as you negotiate your way through this very important change in your life.

Alicia Simpson is a mother and housewife who experience menopause. Her new guide book: "Menopause without Stress" is to tell women that menopause is part of life you cannot avoid. Visit her Website MenopauseWithoutStress.com at http://www.menopausewithoutstress.com


Dating Success: Dress to Attract the Man of Your Dreams

Written by Terry Hernon MacDonald


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Atrepparttar end ofrepparttar 145633 day, you don't want to attract a guy because he thinks you're hot. You want to attract a guy who likes you for you. Dress sexily but subtly. You don't want your clothes to scream, "I gotta find me a man tonight!"

Dress comfortably. If you feel comfortable, you'll look comfortable, and that's sexy. Here's an example: Once upon a time I went torepparttar 145634 beach with some friends who actually have melanin in their skin. They took to their blankets in their cute bikinis, while I (so pale I make Snow White look like Grace Jones) sat beside them wearing Levis, a long-sleeved shirt, and sunglasses.

Out of nowhere, a gorgeous, well-toned man appeared (the type of guy you see in suntan lotion commercials) and asked me,repparttar 145635 freak onrepparttar 145636 beach, what I was reading.

"Wuthering Heights," I said.

"Really?" he asked. "I just finished Jane Eyre."

And so began a little romance.

Still bewildered, I told my male friend B. this story years later. I didn't understand why this Adonis chose Glow-in-the-Dark Terry overrepparttar 145637 dark lovelies in bikinis.

"I understand completely," B. responded. "The beach was crawling with girls in bikinis, and you presented something else. A little mystery."

"In a pair of Levis?"

"Yeah," he said. "The guy probably thought, this girl is different. I want to talk to her."

Does this mean you should throw away your bikini? Heck, no, especially if you look good in it. Butrepparttar 145638 point is, be true to yourself. Dress to makerepparttar 145639 very best of your unique and beautiful body.

You'll attract men who are looking for someone special for a change.



Terry Hernon MacDonald is the author of "How to Attract and Marry the Man of Your Dreams." Visit her website at http://www.marrysmart.com . Check out her blog at http://happygirlmusing.blogspot.com .


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