You've reached the Midlife Crisis Hotline. What is your crisis? You might be thinking about giving up sex altogether and being a cat lady, or you may be finding it hard to 'hold your water'.
Sometimes, we just want to talk with someone about what’s happening to us, and we women of the Midlife Crisis Hotline are here to help. So pour yourself a Bellini and pull up a bean bag chair. Your question is up next!
You've reached the Midlife Crisis Hotline where we help you grapple with the fears, the joys and the weirdness of being a midlife woman and beyond.
You might be royally bored with Meghan and Harry, or you might be wondering whether your teeth are looking a bit strange lately.
No question is too silly. And your question is probably the same one that millions of women are asking themselves right now. You were just brave enough to ask it.
You have reached the Midlife Crisis Hotline. What is your crisis?
Maybe you're fed up with having your partner
'mansplain' your stories. Or you are starting to question whether high heels are worth the pain.
We women of the MidLife Crisis Hotline are here to listen. Are we experts? Not really. Are we midlife women who care about you? Yes, we are! So smear on a cucumber facial mask and get cross-legged in your zen garden. Your question could be up next.
Columnist, author, Iron Man and Australian representative Age-Group Triathlete, Jo Pybus is on a mission to improve information and support for perimenopausal and menopausal women.
When Jo got the stuffing knocked out of her during perimenopause, she asked the question, 'Why didn't I know about this?' For something that happens to half of the world's population, Jo also asks, "Why is no one talking about it?"
That's all about to change with women like Jo Pybus on the case. Buckle in girls! It's going to be a bumpy ride, but together, we'll get through it.
Let’s face it. Menopause is just downright weird. It’s like aliens have taken over your body and your mind. .
In this two-part interview, I speak with Linda Siekkdrees of Dr Wolff's Vagisan and Dr Talat Uppal talk about perimenopause and menopause.
We cover the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy, complications like urinary tract infections, vaginal dryness, bone density, sleep changes, and potential lifestyle factors that can help you on the bumpy road ahead. T
Neens Ambrose tells the story of her twelve-year journey with her father, Roger, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Neens did some innovative things to keep connected with her father during COVID-19 lockdown in the United Kingdom, and she used technology to keep Roger safe.
She has some pointers and tips for surviving and thriving during this difficult time and although Roger passed away earlier this year, his story, and Neen's, will inspire you.