Menopause and Me: Handling the Emotional Side

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Ecademy Press, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 234 pages
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When menopause symptoms start shouting at you: your emotions are all over the place, you just don't feel yourself any more and you think you might be going mad. Here is a fresh approach: simple and easy to read, this book aims to help women handle the emotional side of the menopause. There's a chapter for men too, giving ideas and insights to enable them to handle the feelings more easily. Find out how to feel better about yourself and within yourself. Take charge, give yourself time to think about it and look after yourself. You can make the most of this important and special time of your life - it is definitely not all over. An amazing new You is just waiting to emerge!

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Barbara Frodsham has devoted most of her professional life to helping people achieve their potential. In the past 20 years she has trained and coached hundreds of individuals to enable them to handle their challenges and problems more e?ectively, including a 100% success rate with clients who are looking for a promotion at work. "Much of the key to unlocking these problems involves a shift in mental attitude along with building con?dence and self-esteem" she says. Many of her clients ?nd her motivational and inspirational.Barbara is Managing Director of Loxwood Interactive Ltd., working with individuals and organisations to make the most of their talent, knowledge and experience. She is a quali?ed executive coach, with an Advanced Diploma in Professional Coaching and Mentoring, a Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a quali?ed NLP coach, Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy, trained in Thought Field Therapy, Archetypal Branding, Symbolic Modeling and numerous psychological models. Member of the British Psychological Society and the International Coach Federation. www.loxwood.co.uk www.momentouscoaching.com

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