Menopause, Sisterhood, and Tennis: A Miraculous Journey Through "The Change"

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Basic Health Publications, Inc., 2003 - Health & Fitness - 149 pages
In Menopause, Sisterhood, and Tennis, Wilson-Fried offers the powerful story of one woman's tangled journey through menopause. Based upon her own experience, and steeped in the rich Southern humour of her mother and grandmother, this guide to surviving 'the change' unveils the mystery of menopause, laying bare the physiological, psychological, and emotional transformations menopause brings to women's lives.
 

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Contents

Menopause the Reality
5
The Gift of Life
19
Set
27
Living on the Mental Edge
29
And the Doctor Said
43
Mind Over Matter
59
The OldAgeSpread Impact
77
Match
95
Team Tennis Begets Sisterfriendship
97
The Reward Ceremony
121
The Chabot Canyon 30 Teams WordAssociation Technique and glossary
123
Tennis Fashion and the Older or Thicker Player
127
The Chabot Canyon 30 Teams Postgame Kicklń It Chow
131
About the Author
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Wilson-Fried is the former director of public relations for one of New Orlean's premier paddlewheel steamboat companies, a writer, and avid tennis player.

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