The Pause: Positive Approaches to Menopause

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Signet, Mar 16, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
From bestselling author Lonnie Barbach, PH.D., comes the extraordinary life-and sanity-saving guide that turns the myths of menopause upside down and shows women the way to make the "third third" of life their most productive and fulfilling. Here, for the first time, women have access to options, insights, and the most up-to-date information available from the foremost authorities in the field of menapause. In addition, drawing on her extensive work on sexuality. Dr. Barbach discusses in detail the sensitive subjects of intimacy, desire, and sexual practices and provides truly helpful advice.You'll find out about:

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Extremely helpful. Probably the best book on menopause I've come across. It made sense of all my crazy symptoms and pointed me in the direction of herbal rememdies which worked for me. Read full review

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Since women over the age of 50 will soon make up 25 percent of the world's population, the demand for current information about menopause is not surprising. Barbach's The Pause is one of the best new ... Read full review

Contents

The Process of The Pause
13
Signs and Solutions
27
Running Out of Steam
55
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Dr. Lonnie Barbach received her M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical social psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. She is now on the clinical faculty of the University of California Medical School in San Francisco and also has a private practice. Among her several bestselling books on sex and relationships are For Yourself, Pleasures, Going the Distance, The Pause, Seductions, The Erotic Edge, and Erotic Interludes, her book with her partner, David Geisinger, Ph.D. They live in Mill Valley, California, with their daughter, Tess.

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