Natural Menopause Relief Is Just A Laugh Away!
Menopause Humor . . . Brings Natural Menopause Relief
Menopause is yet another change in the cycle of a woman's life, and each and every woman reacts differently to it. Let's be honest . . . for some women, menopause is perceived as a "curse" while others see it as a supreme "blessing."
Ok, OK, there are those annoying menopausal symptoms that oftentimes get the best of you: hot flashes, night sweats, lack of focus, weight gain, growing whiskers, sudden annoyance with those around you, and the like. It seems like your body has a mind of its own.
So how do you accept this state of "change" in you life? Dare to walk on the "light side." Try a healthy dose of menopause humor as your brand of natural menopause relief . . . that's right, start to giggle, hoot or holler and see what happens!
You have a choice
. . . you can either accept menopause in a positive way by embracing life and dealing with the changes your body is undergoing . . . or not.
Not Guilty By Reason Of Menopause - Menopause Wisdom | Menopause Humor
NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF MENOPAUSE discusses the lighter (and hopefully, cooler) side of menopause. Laugh-out-loud sayings accompany retro photographs in this lightweight gift book, which also doubles as a fan.
Menopause Humor Links - That Will Get You Laughing . . .
- Minnie Pauze | By Author and Cartoonist Dee Adams
This entertaining site has everything from the menopause news on hrt to hilarious cartoons and videos that will get you laughing.
- How to Put Humor in Menopause | eHow.com
How to Put Humor in Menopause. One has to wonder why menopause hasn't fallen under the term temporary insanity. When menopause rolls around, women walk that fine line of insanity. Actually, there is no line; we are totally...
Cooking With Hot Flashes - If You Want to Laugh Until You Cry . . . Or Vice Versa :-)
Martha Bolton is one of those people who seems to see the humorous side of just about everything.
This book is for all of us who are over 40 and especially for women entering or experiencing menopause. All the physical and mental changes that come with aging can be depressing, but Ms Bolton shows how we can choose to look at the humorous side of it. She encourages the reader to accept and even chuckle at every new wrinkle and sagging body part. " ~Lynne Chapman - lynnechapman.com
More Menopause Humor In-Song - When Hormones Rage . . .
Three older women were discussing the travails of getting older.
One said, "Sometimes I catch myself with a jar of mayonnaise in my hand and can't remember whether I need to put it in the fridge, or start making a sandwich."
The second woman chimed in, "Yes, sometimes I find myself on the landing of the stairs and can't remember whether I was on my way up or on my way down."
The third one said, "I'm glad I don't have that problem, knock on wood," and rapped her knuckles on the table. Not a moment later, she said, "Oh, that must be the door, I'll get it!"